Chris Traynor’s last-gasp goal helped Bourneview Mill get back on track at the expense of Moneyslane.
Traynor displayed impressive composure to collect and convert Jeff McClure’s pass in the closing stages of the seven-goal league success.
It handed Bourneview a return to winning form following four without victory.
The Mill men raced clear by 2-0 despite making the trip to the impressive Moneyslane venue with a depleted squad.
Mark Boyce headed in the first then Stephen Elliott reacted first to knock home a loose ball after a penalty save to frustrate Geoff Neill.
Moneyslane hit back but Neill grabbed the game’s crucial fourth goal.
Another home fightback left the sides level at 3-3 before Traynor’s final say.