Derry City came from a goal down against Galway United to win 2-1 at the Brandywell on Friday night.
It was Kevin Deveney who gave the Tribesmen the lead mid-way through the first half.
Second half substitute Nathan Boyle levelled the game with fifteen minutes on the clock before he struck again two minutes into stoppage time to extend Derry's winning streak out to three matches.
Elsewhere Cork City have ended Dundalk's winning start to the League of Ireland season. The Leesiders repeated their President's Cup victory over the defending champions as they came away from Oriel Park with a 1-0 win.
Sean Maguire's 69th minute penalty earned John Caulfield's side a narrow win at Oriel Park.
Shamrock Rovers' 100 per cent start to the new season is also at an end after a 2-0 loss to St Pat's in their Dublin derby at the Tallaght Stadium.
Goals from Billy Dennehy and Christy Fagan either side of half-time helped the Saints to a deserved win.
While at Dalymount Park, Bohemians recovered from going a goal behind three times as they salvaged a 3-all draw against the Wexford Youths, who bagged their first point of the season.