A Bryce Cartwright try after the siren has given Penrith a dramatic 20-18 NRL win over neighbouring rivals Parramatta.
Cartwright dummied his way over for his second try after receiving a ball from Waqa Blake, who soared to take a wobbly crossfield kick from Jamie Soward in the 80th minute.
Aided by a crucial bunker overturn at a scrum late in the game, Josh Mansour had crossed to score a try in the 76th minute, bringing the Panthers within two points, however Soward’s conversion sailed wide.
At that point the Panthers appeared headed for their fourth defeat by eight points or less.
However the visitors surged upfield at Pirtek Stadium, Cartwright finishing off Soward’ hail mary kick at the death to stun the 15,600 crowd and celebrate captain Matt Moylan’s return after a year out with injury.
Earlier, both sides were denied tries in a close first half.
It was Eels prop Junior Paulo who was the unlikely source of first points, crashing over from close range in the 23rd minute.
The Eels then appeared headed for another first half shutout of their opposition until Cartwright wrestled his way over to level the scores at 6-all at the break.
His try ended a 197-minute defensive stand where the Eels conceded just one try.
Penrith hooker Peter Wallace gave his team the lead with a sneaky try from close range in the 43rd minute, only for former Panther Michael Gordon to level the scores in the 64th.
Hosts Parramatta then surged to the lead in the next set when Isaac De Gois finished off a 50-metre movement that included a chip from Clinton Gutherson.