This is from a teams match where North-South are not favourites. I not sure how much was misjudgment and how much was aggression but South caught a good dummy for 7NT and West got off to a quiet heart lead. Declarer decided to combine chances in the minors by trying to drop one queen and then finesse for the other. Since declarer has more diamonds than clubs, he played the AKD and then took the club finesse and went one down. It may not be clear what other chances there are but consider these three facts. If someone has both minor suit queens and you cash the eight major suit tricks, that person has to come down to five cards so one of the queens is now dropping! Similarly, if the person with four spades has the queen of clubs and declarer cashes seven red suit tricks then they can’t keep 4 spades and guard the QC. The same holds for a defender with 4 spades and the QD after seven heart-club winners are cashed. It seems we can make the contract if we choose the correct squeeze!
Just for fun, change East’s 7H into the 7S so that each defenders now guard spades and a minor. Now win the QH and cash AC, AD, KD and then run all but one of the hearts throwing two diamonds.
As you play the last heart, West has to unguard spades. Now cash the KC and East has to surrender. This is the correct line because it plays the two spade-minor squeezes where the minor suit squeeze only plays one squeeze.