Barnsley netted twice in the last five minutes to secure a 2-0 win at home to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
The Reds had hit the crossbar three times before Callum Styles rifled an excellent shot into the top right corner.
Cauley Woodrow, who had hit the crossbar twice, made it 2-0 two minutes later to secure a deserved fourth win in five under Valerien Ismael.
It was also fourth clean sheet in five games for the head coach whose side are 13th in the Championship table with 16 points from 12 games.
Valerien Ismael made no changes to the side that won 2-0 at Derby County two weeks ago before the international break, but Romal Palmer and Jordan Williams were back on the nine-man bench after recovering from injury.
Barnsley almost took the lead in the 12th minute with what would have been one of the best goals in their recent history.
Cauley Woodrow produced a superb backheel flick near halfway to Alex Mowatt who passed it on the Conor Chaplin who found Woodrow again and the top-scorer's 25-yard curling effort crashed onto the bar.
It was then Chaplin's turn to hit the crossbar three minutes later as he turned on the right of the box and unleashed an effort from 18 yards which cannoned off the underside of the bar then Callum Styles' rebound was blocked.
Forest then had two good chances within a few minutes. Firstly, Miguel Guerrero went clean through on goal after a poor header by Michal Helik but was denied one-on-one by the legs of Jack Walton. Then a left-wing cross by Anthony Knockaert was met at the back post by Joe Lolley but his close-range shot was blocked by Styles.
Guerrero missed another huge chance in the 38th minute when, after Forest had two attackers through on goal with just Mads Andersen defending, Lolley passed to the Spaniard but his 15-yard shot when clean through was very weak and saved by Walton.
Barnsley spent much of the last half an hour of the first half defending as Forest had a succession of corners. But the Reds were the better side in the second half.
Barnsley almost scored four minutes after the break when Styles ran onto an excellent Chaplin pass on the left of the box and sent in a powerful cross which Dominik Frieser looked certain to head in five yards out but did not connect properly and sent it wide. Woodrow's backheel from a low Callum Brittain cross was cleared near the line by Cyrus Christie.
Lyle Taylor's header from a right-wing Christie cross was then well-saved by Walton who dived full-length to his right to push it away.
Ismael took off Matty James and Frieser on 62 minutes for Luke Thomas and Herbie Kane, who curled a 25-yard free-kick just wide of the top left corner with his first touch.
The visitors' bar was struck for the third time on 72 minutes when, after a fine team move involving Chaplin and Thomas, Woodrow was played in on the left of the box but his ten-yard shot crashed against the underside of the bar.
Ismael brought on Victor Adeboyejo and Clarke Oduor with ten minutes remaining.
The two latest substitutes combined on the left to get the ball to Woodrow inside the penalty area on the left and he laid it back to Styles who fired into the top right corner from 15 yards. It was his first Oakwell goal but Forest complained that Adeboyejo had taken it out of play.
It was 2-0 two minutes later when Callum Brittain skipped past a challenge on the right wing and squared to Woodrow who steered the ball into the bottom left corner from ten yards out for his first league goal from open play since February.
Barnsley (3-4-3): Walton; Sollbauer, Helik, Andersen; Brittain (J Williams 90+1), Mowatt (Oduor 81mins), James (Kane 62), Styles; Frieser (Thomas 62), Woodrow, Chaplin (Adeboeyjo 81)
Subs: Collins, Palmer, Miller, Schmidt.
Goals: Styles 86, Woodrow 88.
Forest (4-2-3-1): Samba; Christie, Figuereido, McKenna, Ribeiro; Yates, Colback; Lolley, Knockaert, Guerrero (Freeman 75mins), Taylor
Subs: Smith, Mbe Son, Ameobi, Bong, Jenkinson, Cafu, Arter, Ioannou