Motherwell came from 2-0 down to earn a 2-2 Scottish Cup fourth-round draw at Hearts in Well's first game since the death of Phil O'Donnell.
They fell behind within 10 minutes when Deividas Cesnauskis volleyed Hearts ahead and were heading for a fourth-round exit when Andrius Velicka netted seven minutes after the interval.
But Chris Porter finished off two superb moves to earn Motherwell a replay and the acclaim of their 3,500 travelling fans.
The first came in the 64th minute when Keith Lasley flicked the ball into the path of Ross McCormack and he squared for Porter to stroke home.
And then Lasley made a superb run down the right and crossed for Porter to strike first-time into the far corner for the leveller as Well fittingly remembered the passing of departed skipper O'Donnell.