Kilmarnock missed the chance to go second in the Scottish Premier League after a 1-1 home draw with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Colin Nish (pictured) gave Killie the lead on seven minutes, as he headed home David Fernandez's deep corner from close range.
Caley Thistle earned a point when Craig Dargo levelled matters on 19 minutes after he converted Darren Dods's flick from a long throw-in at Rugby Park.
Hibernian were brought back down to earth after last Sunday's win over Rangers after a 1-0 home defeat to Falkirk.
Kenny Milne scored the only goal of the match on nine minutes, as he converted from close range after Mark Twaddle nodded an Alan Gow corner back across Hibs' goal.
Both sides finished with ten men, as Hibs' Kevin Thomson and Falkirk's Stephen O'Donnell were both dismissed for two bookable offences.
Dunfermline Athletic came from a goal down to defeat St Mirren 2-1 at East End Park.
John Sutton gave the visitors the lead on 10 minutes before The Pars levelled through Darren Young.
Jim Leishman's side claimed all three points when Stevie Crawford struck Dunfermline's winner 17 minutes from time.
Finally, SPL strugglers Dundee United came from a goal down to earn a 1-1 home draw with Motherwell.
Calum Elliot (61) gave Maurice Malpas' side the lead, but Noel Hunt earned a point for The Terrors with an equaliser three minutes later.