Huddersfield boss Lee Clark admitted his side will have to be at the top of their game to win promotion as they gear up for a play-off semi-final with Bournemouth.
Danny Ward scored Huddersfield's first two goals and then set up Benik Afobe and Lee Novack as the Terries drew 4-4 in a thrilling clash with Brentford.
Clark said: "It was a very open game but I can't criticise the players because the last time we tasted defeat was back in December.
"I respect all the teams who are in the play-offs. They are all good teams and we'll have to be right at it from the start to win through."
He also hailed the contribution of substitute Kevin Kilbane, who came on to steady the ship when Town were rocking.
Clark said: "Kevin's 34 and never misses a minutes' training. I wanted to give him a rest today but had to bring him on because we needed his technical skill and nous and he showed just how important he is to this team."