LATE drama at Coach Road ensured Argyle opened up a four-point lead...
...at the top of the Premier Division after a thrilling end to the game.
Both sides created chances in an open first period and the only surprise in an entertaining encounter was that neither side managed to break the deadlock before half-time.
The Pilgrims finally found the net through Alex Battle just before the hour but Cullompton responded with admirable character, piling on the pressure for remaining 30 minutes.
Green resistance was finally broken three minutes from time as substitute Tom Beddow equalised, but the Pilgrims had one last trick in the bag, breaking Cullompton hearts with a winner from Luke Jephcott in the dying seconds.