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The Aviva Premiership leaders were red-hot favourites against a Connacht side that had lost every one of its Heineken Cup matches in their maiden campaign.
But atrocious conditions levelled the playing field and three penalties from Niall O'Connor proved decisive despite Sam Smith scoring the only try of the match.
And Robshaw admits Quins failed to do themselves justice when it really mattered.
"Playing into the wind, you always have to play a bit more with the ball and to only go down by four points at half-time, it was kind of ideal so to speak,” he said.
"We came out buzzing, got our feet on the ground, got a bit of momentum going but unfortunately we couldn't finish it off. It's hard to put into words how disappointed we are, it's a very low point.
"We're going to have to hope that someone else slips up along the line. It probably doesn't look like (we'll qualify).
"No-one was complacent. We wanted to be in the knockout stages. We didn't just want to be there to make up the numbers - we came in here to give it a real go.
"Obviously we'll see where things end up on Sunday night, but in all honesty we probably will be back in the Amlin (defending the title we won last year)."
There was some English joy in Pool 6 on Friday night as Gloucester stunned French giants Toulousewith a shock 34-24 victory.
Full-back Jonny May touched down twice with winger Charlie Sharples, included in Stuart Lancaster’s Elite Player Squad, also touching down while fly-half Freddie Burns added 14 points with the boot.
Toulouse had led 17-14 at the break but despite a try fromFrance captain Theirry Dusautoir they had a miserable night capped by No.8 Louis Picamoles receiving broken nose.
However courtesy of Connacht’s victory, Guy Noves’ team did top the pool but are likely to receive an away trip in the quarter-finals.