Kylecrue helped John Ryan to a double at Galway when landing the Faber Audiovisuals Handicap Hurdle.
Out of his depth in a Gowran Grade Two last month, the 10-year-old relished the drop in class and made all to spring a surprise at 12-1.
Prospectus, the 7-4 favourite, laid down a challenge on the run in but never looked like getting there and was held by a length and a half at the line.
Ryan had already got on the scoresheet as Hard Bought ran out a gutsy winner of the Renvyle House Hotel Handicap Chase.
They were queueing up in behind as the 9-1 chance led them into the home straight but he kept on finding for Phillip Enright and saw them all off to record a length verdict over First To Boogie.
That completed a double for Enright who helped Midnight Stroll (11-2) open his account in the Tattersalls Ireland Irish EBF Auction Maiden Hurdle.
Robert Tyner's inmate travelled smoothly to challenge long-time leader Allardyce at the last before going past and keeping on well to cross the line a length and three-quarters clear of Cosmo's Moon.
Calino D'airy completed a quick-fire double when making all in the SANSERV Rated Novice Chase.
A winner over this course and distance 19 days ago, Henry de Bromhead's charge put in a lovely round of jumping and saw off the challenge of Don't Tell No One to just justify 6-4 favouritism with two and three-quarter lengths to spare.
There was a tragic end to the Corrib Oil Maiden Hurdle as Lucky Pass (4-7fav) sustained a fatal injury after passing the post in front.
Gordon Elliott's six-year-old made light of a 670-day absence to cruise home three and three-quarter lengths clear of Laverteen, only collapse after suffering a shoulder injury soon after crossing the line.
Crack On Corrie (12-1) battled back to take the swordsecurity.com Handicap Hurdle by two and a half lengths from Grandma Dotty, while the galwayraces.com (Pro/Am) Flat Race saw Peter Fahey's Gallagher's Cross (7-4j) gallop six and a half lengths clear of Monstrosity for an impressive success.