Another instant classic turned into heartbreak for the Ravens, as the Steelers turned a Troy Polamalu strip-sack into a go-ahead touchdown with under three minutes left, and Baltimore was unable to earn a tying score on their final drive.
The end result was a 13-10 Steelers win over the Ravens, leaving Pittsburgh a game up on their AFC North rivals with four weeks left in the regular season.
After fullback Isaac Redman fought his way into the end zone on third and goal late in the fourth quarter to give the Steelers a three-point lead, the Ravens marched right back down the field, getting to the Pittsburgh 31-yard line.
Head coach John Harbaugh could have sent out Billy Cundiff to attempt a potential game-tying 48-yard field goal, but instead, he opted to go for it on fourth and two.
Joe Flacco's pass for tight end Ed Dickson came up short, and when the ball hit the turf, the Steelers had sole possession of the division.
After the Ravens put up 173 yards in the first half, including 162 through the air, they had just 96 yards of offense in the final 30 minutes, and couldn't hold Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers out of the end zone late.
The Ravens had a dramatic, late win in Pittsburgh early in the season; this time, it was the Steelers who pulled off the road dramatics.
Baltimore falls to 8-4 with the loss, and will head to Houston to take on the Texans next Monday night.