- Fly-half Francois Trinh-Duc was the hero as Montpellier gained a shock 21-20 win at Clermont in the French Top 14 on Friday.
Trinh-Duc kicked 18 of the visitors' 21 points with four penalties and two drop-goals.
And it was his final minute strike from just inside the Clermont half that proved decisive.
It was a thrilling comeback from Montpellier, last season's Top 14 semi-finalists, after they trailed by five points following a 10-minute period with 14 men following prop Nicolas Mas's sin-binning.
Having lost their almost five-year-long unbeaten home record in the play-offs at the end of last season -- they fell 22-16 to Castres -- Clermont suffered a second home loss in quick succession.
But they could have few complaints after a performance of little inspiration and not much attacking endeavour either.