A last-minute header by Leon Legge helped Brentford complete an astonishing comeback from three goals down against MK Dons.
Darren Potter fired the visitors into an early lead before Angelo Balanta's shot quickly made it two.
Charlie MacDonald lashed home a third ahead of the break before Gary Alexander pulled one back for the Bees.
Alexander notched his brace from the penalty spot after a handball by Adam Smith before Legge's dramatic leveller.
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Brentford boss Uwe Rosler told BBC London 94.9:
"They attacked us in the first half and after 15 minutes the game was over. But in the second half we made a substitution, which gave us a boost and changed the momentum.
"I praise the character of the players and praise them for not giving up after going 3-0 down.
"We definitely feel like it was a win for us. Going 3-0 down and coming back to draw will send a signal out."