Gers looked like they were set to be blown away as Florian Kamberi, Scott Allan and Jamie Maclaren put Hibs - for whom a six-goal success would have seen them leapfrog their opponents in the table - 3-0 up after a 22-minute blitz.
"All in all, all I can say is that it has been an eventful three games", said the Northern Ireland legend.
But the game turned again with Maclaren adding two more to send Easter Road wild.
There was no happier man than Lennon who stormed onto the field in celebration which resulted in him being sent to the stands as the final whistle had not yet sounded.More news: Four children become orphans in Surabaya, Sidoarjo bombings
Lennon's summary of the action as "absolutely bonkers" just about summed up as astonishing game. "We were 3-0 up, and I can't believe I'm saying this - but we needed the fourth!" Back in June 2017, The Express reported that Celtic were planning to sign the midfielder from Hibernian in the summer of 2017, while a report in ChronicleLive in February 2018 stated that the performances of the Hibs star this season have caught the eye of the Glasgow giants. It's been exiting, exhilarating, brilliant football.
The 21-year-old has played just four times during the campaign after suffering more injury setbacks but he's back fit for Jimmy Nicholl to pick him from the beginning.
'I was getting a bit of stick off the Rangers supporters as you can imagine. But I'll take it.
Once a Bhoy, always a Bhoy!