St Johnstone produced by far their best performance of the season to snatch an injury time draw in Edinburgh.
They left it very late but this was a point they absolutely deserved.
After going behind midway through the first half, Michael O’Halloran levelled in the second 45.
The biggest frustration for Tommy Wright will be that it was only 1-1 for less than a minute.
They kept going and going, though, and Jason Kerr headed home deep into stoppage time in front of the joyous Saints fans.
Saints enjoyed good spells of possession in the first period but conceded the opener during one of them.
Ali McCann gave away a free-kick wide right, Stevie Mallan floated the set-piece to the back post and Adam Jackson soared above Murray Davidson to head home.
Four minutes after the break the Saints fans were screaming for Hibs keeper Ofir Marciano to be red-carded but he only got a yellow for wiping out O’Halloran when he charged out of his box and missed the ball.
From the free-kick Liam Craig picked out Matty Kennedy unmarked on the 18-yard line but the winger blasted his effort over the bar.
Saints were the better team in the early stages of the second half and Craig forced an excellent save out of Marciano low to his left on 57 minutes.
The equaliser the Perth men thoroughly deserved came on 68 minutes when O’Halloran lashed his shot high into the net from a narrow angle after Craig split the defence to tee him up.
Unfortunately they were only level for a matter of seconds as straight from the re-start Florian Kamberi got a slice of good fortune, finishing from close range with his shin.
Saints pushed hard for another equaliser but for all their pressure the ball just wouldn’t drop nicely for them in the box until the fourth minute of stoppage time when Kerr headed home a Danny Swanson cross at the back post.