Accrington boss John Coleman was bitterly disappointed to leave South Yorkshire with that sinking feeling once more following his team's 2-0 defeat at Rotherham.
The Millers left it until the second half to do the damage, with Bradford loanee Omar Daley opening the scoring on 58 minutes before Adam Le Fondre grabbed his 20th of the season deep into stoppage time.
"I can't wait for Rotherham to move from Don Valley because we seem to be cursed here," he said. "We can't score here. We've played here three times and the record stands they've scored three goals and our keeper has made no saves and theirs has made 28.
"I'll be glad to see the back of this place. It's spooky, but we've got top blame ourselves because we've missed one or two good chances tonight and then gifted them a goal.
"I'm disappointed because Adam Le Fondre gets the record of scoring against us when to be honest he has never had a kick tonight, but maybe that's the sign of a good striker because he never has a kick and then scores.
"If any of the chances we have had had gone in then it would have been a totally different game."