Crusaders (12) 30
Tries: Martin, O'Hara, Hanbury, Sammut, Dyer Goals: Schifcofske 5
Hull KR (6) 24
Tries: Fox, Briscoe, Welham, Galea Goals: Dobson 4
Brian Noble, sacked by Wigan a year ago, has worked miracles in Wrexham
Brian Noble's Crusaders completed one of rugby league's great feats as they qualified for the Super League play-offs in his first season in charge.
Crusaders, 12-6 up at the break, were stunned by two tries in four minutes from Shaun Briscoe and Kris Welham.
Rhys Hanbury and Jarrod Summut replied with a two-try burst of their own.
But, despite Ben Galea pulling Hull KR level again, Clinton Schifcofske's sixth goal gave breathing space before Luke Dyer's late, clinching try.
Crusaders ' victory put them back into eighth spot as Castleford, who had started the day there, went down 40-30 in another nailbiter against St Helens at Knowsley Road.
Crusaders: Schifcofske, Dyer, Martin, Mellars, Youngquest, Sammut, Hanbury, O'Hara, Withers, Bryant, Hauraki, Chan, Lupton.
Replacements: Lee, James, Peek, Winternstein.
Hull KR: Briscoe, Fox, Welham, Cockayne, Colbon, Murrell, Dobson, Vella, Fisher, Clinton, Newton, Galea, Lovegrove.
Replacements: Wheeldon, Watts, Hodgson, Netherton.
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