Three tries in the final ten minutes has seen the Cronulla Sharks down the Brisbane Broncos 36-26 at Suncorp Stadium.
Trailing by eight heading into the closing stages, a game-changing effort from Cronulla captain Wade Graham to regain possession from a line drop out proved to be the catalyst for the Sharks' seventh win of the season.
Posting first points through Ronald Mulitalo (7th minute), the speedster withstood a late effort from Thomas Fleger to race 60 metres for his fourth try of the season.
Striking back after a lovely break from Herbie Farnworth in the lead up, Wiradjuri centre Kotoni Staggs (19th minute) marked his four-pointer with a post-try celebration in recognition of his Indigenous heritage.
Makeshift centre Siosifa Talakai (25th minute) was the next to score with a barge-over effort marking his first try in more than three years.
Appearing to take a narrow lead to the change of ends after Rhys Kennedy (32nd minute) and Richie Kennar (36th minute) scored their first tries for the club, the Broncos were left to rue a late strip that enable debutant Jackson Ferris (39th minute) to give the visitors an 18-14 lead.
Coming out of the sheds intent on breaking a wretched run of losses, a try-saving tackle to deny Mulitalo was soon followed by tries to Kennar (50th minute) and Staggs (56th minute) - both set up by fullback Darius Boyd in his best performance of the season.
Setting up the victory after Graham's remarkable effort to regain possession from a line drop out, tries to Sione Katoa (70th minute), Connor Tracey (74th minute) and Braden Hamlin-Uele (77th minute) saw the Sharks turn a 26-18 deficit into a 36-26 win.
Next week, the Broncos face the Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium on Thursday night, while the Sharks take on the Eels at Kogarah on Sunday afternoon.