Damion Stewart and Rowan Vine claimed second-half goals to haul QPR off the bottom of the Championship in a shock 2-0 win at Burnley.
Jamaica international Stewart met Scott Sinclair's left-wing corner at the far post with a firm downward header which flew past Clarets goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly.
Stewart, outstanding throughout, celebrated his 60th-minute opener with a wild punch of the air and a celebratory sprint towards the visiting dug-out.
And on-loan Birmingham striker Vine added a second in the 90th minute when he raced clear to fire into an empty net after Kiraly had strayed up field in desperate search of an equaliser.
Despite incessant second-half pressure, in which Kyle Lafferty, Andy Gray and James O'Connor all squandered good chances - the latter forcing an excellent stop from Lee Camp, the visitors deserved their win.