Luton Town fell to a first league home defeat since September 6 as they were stunned by a late Morecambe winner.The hosts had fought back from 2-0 down to level at 2-2, before Luke Wilkinson turned Kevin Ellison's harmless cross past his own keeper in the 89th minute. Morecambe were deservedly ahead on 18 minutes when Jack Redshaw danced past his man in the area, and found the bottom corner. The Shrimps had a second after 29 minutes when Laurence Wilson fired in a marvellous half volley from outside the box, although Redshaw looked offside in the build up. Luton were back in the game on 43 minutes when Michael Harriman's cross was powered home by Cameron McGeehan. In the second period, Redshaw could have wrapped up the points, when sent clean through, but Elliot Justham was out to save. Lee then hit the post with a header, Wilkinson firing the rebound over, although Hatters levelled on 76 minutes when McNulty looped a header against the bar and Lawless drove the rebound in. Lawless was denied by the woodwork, as Morecambe were down to 10 men when Ryan Edwards received a second yellow, before the Shrimps won it through Wilkinson's error.