Douglas Wilson scored twice for Dungannon Swifts as Kris Lindsay's side picked up their first win of the season at Cliftonville's expense at Stangmore Park.
After a quiet opening the Swifts did have the ball in the net midway through the first half but Dylan O'Kane's effort with the outside of his boot was ruled out after the officials spotted an infringement.
But, just after the half-hour mark, the deadlock was eventually broken with Wilson's first of the evening, a slammed finish past Richard Brush after he was quickest to react to a flick on from Lorcan Forde's cross.
That was how it stayed until the 59th minute when Cliftonville levelled through Garry Breen's superbly executed 25-yard free-kick into the top corner.
Both sides had chances to secure the points before, on 84 minutes, Cliftonville's Ryan O'Reilly was adjudged to have handled in the box and, from the spot-kick that followed, Wilson confidently stepped up to send the ball beyond Brush's reach to the left.