Ross County are off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership following a dramatic injury time equaliser at Motherwell.
Tony Dingwall’s goal gave the Staggies a deserved half-time lead but they were left to rue wayward finishing as Well hit back with two second half goals.
But with Well seemingly surviving a late onslaught Dingwall fired home his second goal of the game with the final kick of the ball to earn his side a deserved point.
New dad Graham Carey returned to the County starting line-up after missing last week’s defeat to Dundee United as his wife was in labour.
Yoann Arquin, who scored in the 3-2 loss at Victoria Park, was also given a starting role along with defender Steven Saunders with midfielder Joe Cardle dropping to the bench along with defender Lewis Toshney. Steven Ross missed out altogether.
Goalkeeper Mark Brown also dropped to the bench with Antonio Reguero earning a recall. Fit again Filip Kiss was also listed alongside the substitutes with Liam Boyce beginning a two-match suspension following his dismissal against the Tangerines.
Motherwell, with new manager Ian Baraclough watching from the stands, were without Simon Ramsden following his red card against Celtic last week.
Well threatened early with a John Sutton header but it was County who dominated the first half with Martin Woods and Yoann Arquin both having chances to open the scoring.
But the visitors were not to be denied an opener and their fine first half showing was finally rewarded in injury time when Tony Dingwall beat Dan Twardzik at the second attempt after the Well goalkeeper had saved his initial shot.
Paul Quinn wasted a glorious chance to make it 2-0 when he fired over the bar when faced with an open goal and he was left to rue that missed chance as Well swept upfield and substitute Lionel Ainsworth crossed for John Sutton to head home an equaliser.
The home side’s comeback was complete on the hour mark when Henrnik Ojamaa ran unchallenged before firing past Reguero and they looked destined for victory until Dingwall’s late, late strike.