Toulon beat Clermont 16-15 to win the European Cup on Saturday.
Clermont scored two tries to Toulon's one in a nail-biting match, but three penalties and a conversion from English fly-half Jonny Wilkinson saw Toulon sneak home.
Brock James opened the scoring for Clermont with an early penalty, later matched by Wilkinson as the teams went into half-time at three points apiece.
Clermont's Fijian winger Napolioni Nalaga scored a try early in the second period, followed by a second for James, with Aurelien Rougerie providing crucial offloads for both.
When James converted his own try, the score stood at 15-6 and it seemed the game was beyond Toulon.
But Wilkinson pulled back three points with his third penalty.
And when Wesley Fofana was caught in possession and turned over by Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe and fed to Delon Armitage, the England full-back romped in for Toulon's sole try, converted by Wilkinson for a thrilling victory.