A daring solo try from Shaun Johnson has earned the Warriors a thrilling 20-16 golden-point victory over the Penrith Panthers in Auckland.
It was the fourth time in five games that the Warriors were forced to play sudden-death extra time, with the two teams level 16-16 as the full-time siren sounded.
They had lost the previous three. This time, Johnson shaped to kick a drop-goal, dummied and then scored under the posts at Mount Smart Stadium.
At half-time, the Warriors led 10-2, thanks to tries from David Fusitu'a and Ken Maumalo.
Fusitua scored again in the seond-half, only for the Panthers to draw level with three tries of their own.
The victory propelled the Warriors into the top eight play-off places on the National Rugby League ladder, with five rounds of the regular season remaining.