A last gasp penalty by Sonatane Takulua saw Tonga earn a famous 17-19 win over Italy in Padova.
Fourteen points from the boot of Sonatane Takulua alongside a Siale Piutau try saw the pacific islanders home against an Italian side flying high after last weekends win over the Springboks.
The Azzuri started the brighter as they piled the pressure on the visitors as Lorezo Cittadini barged his way over for the opening score.
Despite a yellow card for replacement Valentino Mapapalangi, it was Tonga who then took control with penalties either side of half-time from Sonatane Takulua.
The pacific islanders then took the lead as former Wasps centre Siale Piutau got over in the corner before Tomasso Allan hit back minutes later.
A Takulua penalty put Tonga back in front with 5 minutes left to play, but a late Edoardo Padovani penalty looked to have won it for Conor O'Shea's men.
However, the Tongans refused to give in and were rewarded for their efforts as Takulua struck a last minute penalty to earn the visitors a famous win.