Simon Mensing's stoppage-time goal salvaged a point for Raith Rovers in a dramatic eight-goal Fife derby thriller away to Cowdenbeath.
Cowdenbeath went in front after six minutes thanks to Kyle Miller's close-range finish.
And they doubled their lead midway through the first half through James Stevenson's powerful 30-yard free-kick.
Rovers pulled one back after 35 minutes when Brian Graham neatly converted Joseph Hamill's cross from 12 yards.
They equalised right on half-time when Greig Spence headed in Hamill's inviting delivery.
Lewis Coult scored twice in three minutes after the interval.
He netted a close-range header after 78 minutes and then coolly slotted home from 12 yards.
However, Rovers hit back a minute later when substitute Patrick Clarke fired in from 12 yards.
Then Mensing's injury-time header snatched an unlikely First Division point.
Cowdenbeath: Flynn, Brett, Garcia-Rey (Ramsay 90), Mbu, Adamson, McKenzie, O'Brien, Cameron, Miller (Coult 61), Stevenson, Stewart. Subs Not Used: Wight, Thomas, Callaghan.
Booked: Adamson, Stewart.
Goals: Miller 6, Stevenson 24, Coult 78,80.
Raith Rovers: McGurn, Thomson, Mensing, Hill (Ellis 90), Malone, Smith (Clarke 79), Stuart Anderson, Walker, Hamill, Graham, Spence. Subs Not Used: Laidlaw, Grant Anderson, Donaldson.
Goals: Graham 35,Spence 45,Clarke 81,Mensing 90.
Ref: Bobby Madden