Watch a replay of tonight's live updates of the rugby international between the All Blacks and Australia from Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
All Blacks 29 Australia 28
FULLTIME: The All Blacks have won with the last kick of the game. Stay tuned for the full match report which will be online shortly.
79' - TRY ALL BLACKS
Fekitoa has scored for the All Blacks. And Slade has converted. Unbelievable. The All Blacks have won with the last kick of the game.
75' - PENALTY AUSTRALIA
Foley slots a penalty and the Wallabies lead by six points with five minutes left.
70' - TRY ALL BLACKS
The Wallabies were under the pump for a long period and eventually coughed up a penalty. Aaron Smith took a quick tap from 5m out, stepped his marker and scored. Barrett slots the conversion. Game on. Aussie lead 25-22.
66' - The Wallabies are doing a great job of holding onto the ball and keeping possession. The All Blacks just can't get hands on it.
58' - YELLOW CARD - Patrick Tuipulotu takes out Foley in the air from the kick off and is shown to the bin. Lot of work for the All Blacks to turn this around now.
55' - PENALTY AUSTRALIA
Foley restores Australia's 10-point lead with a penalty from out in front.
52' - PENALTY ALL BLACKS
A long period of play ends with an All Blacks penalty. Barrett slots the kick from right in front and the Wallabies lead is reduced to 22-15.
43' - TRY AUSTRALIA
Adam Ashley Cooper finishes off another superb Australian team try. He went over after eight phases in the corner. Foley slots the conversion and the Wallabies lead 22-12.
Halftime wrap: The Wallabies lead the All Blacks 15-12 at halftime.
The game has been played at a blistering pace, with neither side able to pull away from the other. Australia scored first through Nick Phipps, but Cory Jane replied immediately after being set loose down the touchline from a vintage Kieran Read offload. The punch, counter-punch theme continued throughout the half, with Dane Coles' try being immediately followed by one to Wallaby first-five Bernard Foley.
Australia have brought a huge amount of aggression and intensity to the breakdowns, pressuring the All Black pack into several mistakes. And whenever they had the ball in hand, the Australian backline has run with width and great purpose.
The All Blacks have a real challenge ahead in the next 40.
39' - TRY AUSTRALIA
Try to Australia. What a game. Foley touches down for his second in the corner and the Wallabies are back in front. Conversion missed and the Wallabies head into the break 15-12 ahead.
34' - TRY ALL BLACKS
Dane Coles spots a gap in the Australian defence and bursts through it to score the All Blacks' second try. Barrett misses a regulation conversion. All Blacks lead 12-10.
28' - The Wallabies earn another penalty after a great period of pressure where they held the ball for about three minutes. They then picked up another penalty right in front and kicked for touch again. From the resulting lineout they set a rolling maul but ended up turning the ball over. Great play from Liam Messam to turn the ball over.
31' - PENALTY AUSTRALIA - Richie McCaw is pinged for not rolling away and warned 'do it again and you're off'. This time the Wallabies kick for goal and Foley slots the kick. Wallabies lead 10-7.
22' - Wallabies earn a penalty which looks within kicking distance but they opt to kick for touch. From the lineout they get bundled into touch though. Great defence from Keiran Read.
14' - TRY - ALL BLACKS
Corey Jane replies instantly for the ABs. A swift move is finished well out side. Beauden Barrett slots the wide conversion too. It's level now at 7-7. Thrilling start.
11' - TRY - WALLABIES.
Australia are fired up and they have opened the scoring. Nick Phipps drove over from close range after a midfield break from Christian Lealiifano. Bernard Foley slots a difficult conversion from out wide. Aussie lead 7-0.
9' - The Wallabies are looking desperate, and are very strong on defence. The pressure keeps building from the All Blacks thought, it looks like a matter of time before they break through.
4' - The game is off to a frenetic pace. Both teams have had opportunities to run the ball, but neither have been able to penetrate some stubborn defence.
Wallabies: 1. James Slipper, 2. Saia Fainga'a, 3. Sekope Kepu, 4. Sam Carter, 5. Rob Simmons, 6. Scott Fardy, 7. Michael Hooper (c ) 8. Scott Higginbotham, 9. Nick Phipps, 10. Bernard Foley, 11. Joe Tomane, 12. Christian Lealiifano, 13. Tevita Kuridrani, 14. Adam Ashley-Cooper, 15. Israel Folau. Reserves:16. Josh Mann-Rea, 17. Benn Robinson, 18. Ben Alexander, 19. James Horwill, 20. Matt Hodgson, 21. Nic White, 22. Quade Cooper, 23. Rob Horne.
All Blacks: 1. Wyatt Crockett, 2. Dane Coles, 3. Owen Franks, 4. Brodie Retallick, 5. Sam Whitelock, 6. Liam Messam, 7. Richie McCaw, 8. Kieran Read, 9. Aaron Smith, 10. Beauden Barrett, 11. Julian Savea, 12. Malakai Fekitoa, 13. Conrad Smith, 14. Corey Jane, 15. Israel Dagg. Reserves: 16. Keven Mealamu, 17. Ben Franks, 18. Charlie Faumuina, 19, Patrick Tuipulotu, 20. Sam Cane, 21. TJ Perenara, 22. Colin Slade, 23. Charles Piutau.