Jorge Campillo claimed his first European Tour title at the 229th attempt as he won the Trophee Hassan in Morocco by two shots.
The Spaniard, who had started the final day one behind overnight leader Erik Van Rooyen, carded a two-under-par 71.
Campillo finished on nine-under, two shots ahead of Van Rooyen and American duo Julian Suri and Sean Crocker.
He recovered from an ordinary start to his day when he picked up bogeys at the second and third holes, but a birdie at eight set up a rousing conclusion as he also picked up shots at the 11th, 16th and 17th to claim victory.
South African Van Rooyen made it to the turn at level par, but bogeys at the 10th and 14th holes effectively ended his hopes with a fourth-round 74.
Suri's 71, which included two birdies and 16 pars, handed him a share of second place.
Michael Hoey was the best of the Irish, finishing in a tie for 34th place on three over, while Paul Dunne was a shot further back following a final round 71.
Gavin Moynihan started the day on level par but endured a dismal day on the links, posting a nine-over 82 - a cheque for €5,875 for a share of 63rd place the only consolation from his weekend in Morocco.