Suresh Raina led the Chennai Super Kings into the Indian Premier League semi-finals with a seven-wicket victory over the Deccan Chargers.
Raina's 54 not out allowed the Super Kings to overhaul a victory target of 148 with four balls to spare.
The left-hander added 55 with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (37) for the third wicket and then an unbroken 33 with Albie Morkel (12no) to seal the victory.
Earlier, the Chargers struggled to 147-8 after opting to bat first, the lone bright spot being a 76-run stand between Venugopal Rao (46) and Dwaraka Ravi Teja (40) for the fourth wicket.
The result guarantees Chennai third spot in the final points table and a semi-final meeting against the second-placed Kings XI Punjab.
For rock-bottom Deccan it brings an end to a disappointing inaugural IPL campaign during which they have lost 12 of their 14 games, including all seven at home.