Fabio celebrates his winning goal with Caden Clark. (Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)

With two games remaining in the regular season, the Red Bulls find themselves in a playoff position by the skin of their death as they pulled out a victory at the death Saturday afternoon at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J.

Fabio connected for the game-winner in the 91st minute to walk away with a 1-0 win over CF Montreal.

The result left the Red Bulls (13-12-7, 46 points) in seventh place in the Eastern Conference, while CF Montréal (43 points) dropped to 11-12-10.

The Red Bulls, who extended their home unbeaten streak to six matches for the first time since 2018, are 7-1-2 in their last 10 contests during their playoff push.

They have allowed only four goals during that span as goalkeeper Carlos Coronel recorded his 12th clean sheet.

Forward Patryk Klimala sprinted down the right sideline and delivered a cross to the far post. Midfielder Caden Clark headed the ball across to Fábio, who headed the lay off in the back of the net.

Making his first appearance since Oct. 9, Clark made the most of his opportunity as he recorded his fourth assist of the season and his first since July 31 against New England Revolution.

“Personally I was absolutely pissed off because there was speculation that maybe I was going to start and I didn’t get the start at the end of the day,” Clark said. “It’s kind of just all built up in the last month, so I didn’t bring negative energy, I put in a positive energy and just tried to help the team any way I can. I know we’re all happy now and celebrating but we have more games to win to get into the playoffs, it just keeps testing us. I hope we can keep it together and get the job done for the playoffs.”