Late scores by Tim Visser and Phil Godman ensured Edinburgh claimed their first win of this season's Heineken Cup campaign as they came from behind to secure a 17-13 victory over Ulster.
With just over 10 minutes remaining Visser went over for an unconverted try before Godman sealed victory with a last-minute penalty.
Edinburgh had gone down to Stade Francais in their Heineken Cup opener while Ulster had beaten Bath.
Spirits of the Edinburgh fans among the crowd of 5,747 will have sunk before kick-off with the news that multi-capped, multi-points kicking full back Chris Paterson was out with a viral infection.
However, Godman’s four penalties complemented Visser’s try, while winger Timoci Nagusa touched down for Ulster for whom Ian Humphreys added a conversion and two penalties.