Rutherglen Glencairn left it late to dump derby rivals Cambuslang Rangers, and stay top of the West of Scotland First Division.
The win also meant they retained the William Skinner Memorial Cup that the sides play for every year, usually in pre-season.
Substitute Paul Brennan smashed the ball into the Camby net seven minutes into stoppage time to clinch a game that looked like it was heading for a draw.
That would have been a good point for the visitors, but frustrating for Glens, who could have been comfortably 4-0 ahead at the interval, instead of the slender lead they possessed through Lewis Blane’s headed goal three minutes into first-half stoppage time.
Lee Hadden rounded keeper Scott Law to level in 53 minutes and with six minutes of normal time remaining, Dylan Martin blasted the rebound over an open goal after Law had blocked his initial shot.
Boss Joe Pryce said: “We’re happy to win the game at the end.
“I told the players at the start that these games are always tight, I’ve been involved in them for over 30 years, playing in them and managing in them, and it has never been a walkover for either side, no matter where each team sits.
“They’ve always been edgy, I told them it may well go to the last kick of the ball, and that’s exactly what happened.
“Fair play to the boys, they kept going, and they got the winner. They deserve credit for that.
“Obviously we feel we could have played a wee bit better, but part of that is due to Cambuslang making sure we couldn’t play better.”
Glens dominated the first half and had an effort cleared off the line from a Roan Fitzpatrick corner in 16 minutes, and 10 minutes later, he was also the provider as Ryan McManus crashed a header off the right post from a corner.
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