Mayo are two from two in the All Ireland SFC Group stage after a one point win over Louth.
Five points up and a couple of minutes to go, Mayo looked to be in auto pilot mode to see out the game.
Louth responded by hitting the net in added time after a good team move was finished off by Conal McKeever.
Mayo held on despite another Louth point, with Aidan O'Shea finishing with 0-4.
Martin Carney gave Stephen Coen the accolade of Mayo Mental Health Association Man of the Match in his 101st game.
Next up for Kevin McStay's side is Cork in two weeks.
Full time score from Hastings Insurance MacHale Park:
Mayo 0-14 Louth 1-10