WREXHAM won the Isle of Man international football festival for a record-breaking fourth time on Saturday, beating Burnley 1-0.
But they had to wait until the final minute when supersub Craig Faulconbridge torpedoed First Division Burnley with the winner.
Faulconbridge, last season's top scorer, swooped after coming on as one of five second-half substitutes to snatch the winner and the man-of-the-match award.
It was sweet revenge for him and Wrexham, beaten 2-0 by the Clarets in their opening game on the island.
Faulconbridge said, "It was nice to win after getting nothing out of our game against them last Sunday. We left it late, but that's the best time to score winners."
M a t c h -w i n n e r Faulconbridge turned the clock back two years, when he first came to the Isle of Man as a triallist with Wrexham.
Manager Brian Flynn said, "We have now won the tournament four times and this was our seventh appearance in the final. It's a nice island for us! I thought Craig showed a lot of composure and it was the perfect end to what has been a very worthwhile week for us."
The showpiece final in sultry Douglas looked to be heading for a penalty shoot-out before Faulcon-bridge settled it.
Both sides had striven hard for a breakthrough. Burnley 'keeper Nik Michopoulos made several good saves as Wrexham matched their opponents all the way.
Mark McGregor, who joined Burnley from Wrexham, caused his former club anxious moments with some quality crosses into the box, where former Wales international Gareth Taylor had chances to score.
Hector Sam - later replaced by Faulconbridge - smashed a spectacular volley into the side-netting after Lee Trundle's superb cross, but then came that dramatic finish. Michael Blackwood got the ball up to Faulconbridge, who still had it all to do before sweeping home the winner.
Wrexham sailed home with the trophy, arriving in Liverpool in the early hours of yesterday.
They now have two big games in four days this week at The Racecourse.
On Wednesday they are home to Blackburn Rovers and on Saturday Sir Alex Ferguson is bringing a star-studded Manchester United side to play Wrexham in a joint testimonial for Flynn and his assistant, Kevin Reeves.
They have been in charge at Wrexham for 12 years, and their big game is likely to be a 15,000 sell-out.