Australian driver Mark Webber has won Red Bull's sixth straight pole position in Formula One after qualifying quickest at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Poland's Robert Kubica split the two Red Bulls by putting his Renault alongside Webber on the front row and ahead of Germany's Sebastian Vettel.
Ferrari's Brazilian Felipe Massa completed the second row in fourth place.
His team mate Fernando Alonso, a two times Monaco winner, watched qualifying from the garage after wrecking his car in final practice. The Spaniard, second in the championship behind McLaren's Jenson Button, will start from the pit lane.
World champion Button, last year's winner on the metal-fenced streets of the principality with Brawn GP, just sneaked through to the third and final phase of qualifying and secured eighth slot on the grid.