CARLO MONTI signed off from Pollok with a trademark goal as the south side giants saved their Premier League skins last night.
The former Morton striker, who is heading Down Under, ended his short stay at Newlandsfield with another crucial strike as John Richardson's men secured a 5-1 play-off win over first division Renfrew.
The second leg was always going to be a formality after Lok built up a 4-0 lead after in Monday night's first leg.
And Monti found the net midway through the second half to put the tin lid on the result before Frew scored a late consolation.
Richardson now faces a crucial rebuilding job in the summer to turnaround the fortunes of the fallen giants after a season in the doldrums.
Also last night, Shotts Bon Accord's valiant effort to snatch the first division title from Glenafton fell short on goal difference after Tony McInally's side were held to a goalless draw by Rutherglen Glencairn.
Shotts, who are promoted nonetheless with the Glens, had battled through a gargantuan backlog of fixtures which saw them playing four times a week for the past month, to reach last night's final match where a win would secure the title.
But the Lanarkshire men, who lifted the Scottish Junior Cup in the middle of their hectic run, ran out of steam and had to settle for a point.
The junior season will finally close tonight after the Cup Winners' Cup Final between Ashfield and Irvine Meadow at Newlandsfield.