Jaguares returned to winning ways thanks to their come-from-behind 46-39 victory over Sunwolves in a Super Ruby try fest.
Argentine side Jaguares headed into Saturday's visit of Sunwolves amid a four-game losing streak but the hosts scored seven tries to five to end their slump.
Jaguares were in trouble against Sunwolves of Japan, however, trailing 25-22 at half-time in Buenos Aires.
Sunwolves - with just one win in 10 games before kick-off - also moved 39-27 ahead with 20 minutes remaining in the Argentine capital.
But Jaguares finished strongly as Matias Alemanno, captain Agustin Creevy and Matias Moroni crossed over to erase the deficit and see Jaguares to a thrilling victory.
Creevy levelled the scores from a rolling maul in the 71st minute before Moroni completed the comeback three minutes later.