That's it from this live text.
That's it from this live text.
Both sides will turn their thoughts to the future now - how can Palace consolidate and kick on? How can West Brom get back straight away?
For Palace, that question will hinge on the future of Wilfried Zaha.
The Ivorian forward has just said he sees "no reason to leave" in his post-match interview.
So Crystal Palace miss out on a top-10 finish, thanks to Newcastle's 3-0 victory over Chelsea.
But 11th is still a remarkable feat given they were bottom, pointless and goalless after seven games.
"King Roy of Croydon" reads a sign in the stands, the home fans clearly indebted to the former England boss for his work this season.
Barely any added time needed at Selhurst Park and Jon Moss blows his whistle to huge cheers from the Palace fans.
A first defeat for West Brom under caretaker boss Darren Moore. A fine resurgence but they were limited against an impressive Palace side today.
West Brom still struggling to get anything going. Celebratory stuff for Palace in the final stages.
Impressive defending from Mamadou Sakho to break up a potential West Brom attack.
The Frenchman was hurt in that challenge but looks OK to carry on.
A final substitution for the hosts as Lee Chung-yong comes on for Andros Townsend.
An emotional scene at Selhurst Park as Pape Souare jogs onto the pitch to make his first appearance since that horrific car crash in which he broke his leg and jaw and could have ended his career.
Warm applause from all four stands as Souare replaces Patrick van Aanholt.
Kieran Gibbs trips the onrushing Andros Townsend and goes into the book.
Yohan Cabaye taps the ball into the area and it's clipped on to Patrick van Aanholt, cutting inside from left-back and round Ben Foster to apply the finish.
His strike is cleared from inside the net but the ball crossed the line, with Jon Moss making use of the goalline technology to award the goal.
And Palace are deservedly rewarded for their attacking intent.
What a chance for Christian Benteke.
The ball is stood up for him perfectly from the right but the big Belgian can only head it straight at Ben Foster.
West Brom replace Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez with Hal Robson-Kanu and Daniel Sturridge.
James McClean gets forward down the left and slices a shot across goal, with no Baggies player able to get a decisive touch on it.
Finally, Palace get the goal their attacking display has deserved.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek slides in Patrick van Aanholt down the left yet again, the left-back gets to the byline and clips it back for the onrushing Wilfried Zaha to tap in.
Another delicious passing move from the hosts, with that trio having impressed all game.
Palace break clear on the counter before James McArthur falls under the challenge of Chris Brunt.
Oh, Jon Moss has penalised the Palace midfielder, presumably for diving.
Moss takes out his yellow card but it matters little to McArthur, who is immediately taken off for Christian Benteke.
Craig Dawson gets up to meet it but can't get a clean contact on it and Palace clear.
Wayne Hennessey comes a long way off his line to try to dissuade Salomon Rondon but the Baggies striker does finally get the ball after the Palace keeper retreated.
And Rondon has won a corner...
Grzegorz Krychowiak is off for Nacer Chadli.
That's almost certainly the end of the Pole's time at the Baggies as he returns to parent club PSG. Not the most auspicious loan spell.
Wilfried Zaha does brilliantly in midfield, collecting a pass on the turn and holding off his man before driving forward.
Zaha then deftly slides in Andros Townsend through on goal but the Palace forward makes a hash of it, slipping as he slices it wide of the near post.
West Brom showing more intent going forward now but that opens up gaps for Palace.
Andros Townsend sprints clear into one such gap but his ball across the box towards Wilfried Zaha is cut out by Ben Foster.
Half an hour left for any goals in this one.