Paul Warne's 200th game in the Rotherham hot-seat proved to be a memorable one as his side drew 3-3 with Stoke.
The Millers' boss must have gone through a rollercoaster of emotions in a topsy-turvy game in which Rotherham twice went ahead in the second half before being pegged back.
Stoke's Jordan Cousins volleyed in the game's first effort but a deflection off Richard Wood diverted it just wide of the post with Jamal Blackman beaten.
A deflection did fall Stoke's way as they took the lead in the 14th minute when Rhys Norrington-Davies' cross skipped up off Angus MacDonald's boot and looped into the top corner.
Rotherham came within inches of levelling with their next attack as Wes Harding thundered a header off the bar from Dan Barlaser's corner.
Cousins then had to put his body on the line to deny Matt Crooks from close range after the ball dropped kindly to him following another set-piece.
Rotherham got level after 31 minutes when Michael Smith caught out Danny Batth dithering on the ball and then picked out Crooks at the near post to turn in.