Sarah Harkes gave Celtic a 67th minute lead before Charlie Wellings made it 2-1 late onCharlie Wellings’ 91st-minute goal earned Celtic the win that continued their unbeaten start to the domestic season and knocked Hibernian off the summit of the SWPL.
Glasgow City reclaimed top spot as they came from behind to beat Hamilton 3-1.
Sarah Harkes had given Fran Alonso’s Celtic a 67th-minute lead at the Penny Cars Stadium in Airdrie.
Collete Cavanagh thought she had secured at least a point for Hibs with a long-range shot 12 minutes from time.
But Wellings found the top corner in time added on.
In the late kick-off, Hamilton took a shock lead over champions City when Kirstie McIntosh scored directly from a corner.
But goals from Jenna Clark and Clare Shine put City in front at half time and Aoife Colvill secured victory to put City top on goal difference.
Elsewhere, Aberdeen are level on points with the City and Celtic after they drew 0-0 with Spartans.
Rangers were 3-0 winners away to Hearts through goals from Lizzie Arnot, Nicola Docherty and Brianna Westrup.
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