Matty Young grabbed two tries to help Scarborough RUFC to a 24-16 win on the road at Heath in their last away game of the Yorkshire One season.
Heath started the contest on the front foot, but Scarborough's rearguard held firm to deny them.
The away side then took the lead on 38 minutes, the prolific Young touching down in the corner after a flowing team move.
Graham Hogg made no mistake with the conversion and Scarborough led 7-0 at the break.
Heath hit back straight after half-time, running in a try under the posts, which was comfortably converted to level the scores up at 7-7.
Scarborough weren't to be denied and hit back immediately, Aaron Wilson crashing over to put the away side ahead again.
Hogg couldn't convert, leaving Scarborough 12-7 ahead.
Heath were handed a way back into the game due to poor discipline from Lee Douglas' men.
A penalty following an infringement at a ruck made it 12-10, before another penalty handed Heath a 13-12 advantage.
Once again Scarborough showed their resilience, and they regained the lead when youngster Jonty Holloway touched down out wide to make it 17-13 with just 10 minutes left on the clock.
Another lack of discipline saw Heath land another penalty, making it 17-16 and setting up a nervy final six minutes.
Young ensured Scarborough would come away with the victory as he dived over in the corner, Hogg landing a tricky conversion to round the scoring off and seal the away side a 24-16 win.