Castleford Tigers overcame major adversity to defeat Warrington 34-30.
Quentin Laulu-Togagae scored one and set another try up in the second-half to secure a massive win for the Tigers, who were without several key stars.
Luke Gale, Jamie Ellis, Junior Moors and Liam Watts were already ruled out, and things got worse when Greg Eden and Paul McShane pulled out on the day.
However, they raced out of the blocks and scored two early tries through Mike McMeekend and young Calum Turner, who deputies at fullback.
Warrington scored 20 unanswered points however, as Tyrone Roberts, Daryl Clark, Stefan Ratchford and Sitaleki Akauola all scored, however it was 20 apiece at the break as Jy Hitchcox crossed and Turner kicked a conversion.
Josh Charnley scored with Castleford down to 12-men after Adam Milner was sin-binned, but QLT stepped to the line and then put Oliver Holmes through to give the Tigers breathing space.
Charnley bagged another, but Cas held on for a memorable win.
Warrington: Ratchford; Lineham, Goodwin, Atkins, Charnley; K. Brown, Roberts; Hill, Clark, Cooper, Livett, Hughes, Westwood. Subs: Murdoch-Masila, Patton, Philbin, Akauola.
Castleford: Turner; Minikin, Foster, Shenton, Hitchcox; Laulu-Togagae, Trueman; Millington, Milner, Cook, Wardle, McMeeken, Sene-Lefao. Subs: Holmes, Massey, Clark, Maher.