A KISS costing £50 put Huddersfield firefighters over their charity target of £5,000.
The firefighters from white, green and red watches were raising cash for the national Children In Need appeal by collecting money from drivers waiting at the lights outside their station on Outcote Bank.
To boost funds they also sold kisses in Huddersfield town centre on Friday night.
And a mystery woman stepped in with £50 for the smacker that put the boys on target.
Organiser was White Watch manager Paul Mace, who raises money for Children In Need every year.
During his career in West Yorkshire he has raised about £25,000.
The firefighters were helped by water officer Steve Kaye, cook Pauline Browne and station clerk Jean Gledhill.
Huddersfield fire station manager Phil Langdale said: "They were mentioned on the Children In Need TV programme and had reached £4,952 just before midnight when a woman offered to pay £50 for a kiss.
"It was a magnificent gesture and it meant we just topped the £5,000 mark by £2."