Cardiff Blues head coach Danny Wilson hailed his side's character in securing a precious victory away from home against Edinburgh in the Pro12.
Blues came from 11 points down to win 18-17 at Myreside, with Lloyd Williams' late try sealing a dramatic win.
"I'm thrilled with the way the boys adapted with the conditions in the second half," Wilson said.
"They carried on trying to play and created two really good tries to get us back in the game."
Blues had received two yellow cards during the first half and were trailing 17-6 early in the second half before Sion Bennett's try set up a tense finale,
Scrum-half Williams collected his own speculative chip-kick to snatch a vital victory to maintain Blues' challenge for a top six finish.
"We solved a few problems at half time in terms of stopping some of the things they wanted to do and held on for dear life," Wilson told BBC Wales' Scrum V.
"And there was a great defensive set to finish. Defensively I thought we were excellent.
"We knew when to go and when to get out, keep getting width and coming forward and we did that really well.
"Credit to the boys, that was a huge set not to give a penalty away and hold on for what will be another good away win for us."