St Johnstone staged a dramatic comeback to stun Motherwell in an all top-flight Scottish League Cup meeting to progress to the quarter-finals.
Tony Watt sparked a turgid game at Fir Park into life with the opener just after the hour for the hosts.
But goals from Callum Hendry and David Wotherspoon had the visitors in front within 16 minutes, with a late cavalry charge not heralding a leveller.
It means St Johnstone are now unbeaten over 90 minutes in 10 games.
While the two played in the league last week, you have to go all the way back to 1969 for the last League Cup meeting.
On the basis of the first half, this wasn't worth the wait. A scrappy and frenetic game did not offer up a bounty of chances until just before the break, Watt shooting straight at Zander Clark, while Ali McCann was impressively denied at the other end by Aaron Chapman's outstretched leg.
Motherwell emerged rejuvenated in the second half with Sherwin Seedorf on in attack, and on 61 minutes they took the lead.
A floated free-kick was not mopped up by the visitors, with the ball shuffled through to Watt. With the defence napping, the former McDiarmid Park striker shuttled the ball under Clark.
However, it was a lead that lasted only seven minutes. Slack play allowed Michael O'Halloran to race to the line and cut the ball back. Chapman's leg blocked the cross but only deflected the ball straight to Hendry, who tapped in from close range.
And the winner arrived 11 minutes later. O'Halloran's electric pace again crucial, this time his drilled delivery being turned in at the front post by Wotherspoon.