Lee Robinson was the Queen of the South hero as the Doonhammers won the final of the Ramsden Cup following a tense penalty shoot-out against Partick Thistle at Livingston.
After the match had finished 1-1 following extra-time, the Division Two champions held their nerve to win a sudden-death penalty shoot-out 6-5 with Robinson saving the final kick.
After 100 minutes without a goal, Queen of the South deservedly took the lead when Daniel Carmichael curled an effort against the bar and Nicky Clark was on hand to head home the rebound from a couple of yards out.
That was the way it remained until the final few minutes when Partick first missed a penalty, then had a player sent off, before levelling matters with almost the last kick of overtime.
With two minutes of extra-time remaining, Thistle were awarded a penalty after Christie Elliot was bundled over by Marc Fitzpatrick, although the challenge did appear to be outside the box.
However, justice was done when Aaron Muirhead's spot kick was pushed away by Robinson.
But, before the match could continue, Muirhead was shown a red card by referee Allan Crawford for head-butting an opponent.
Yet there was still time for an equaliser as a low Ross Forbes cross was clipped home at the far post by Kris Doolan allowing Partick to force a shoot-out.
In a nervous finale, Stephen O'Donnell missed Partick's first spot kick only for Carmichael to have his saved by Scott Fox.
The next 10 were all successfully converted before Robinson blocked Conrad Balatoni's effort to earn the runaway Division Two champions a famous victory over Division One opponents.