Kidderminster have now gone 10 games without a win following a hard-fought draw at Alfreton in the Blue Square Bet Premier.
Dan Bradley put the hosts ahead against his former club when he swept in a low effort from the right of the area following Nathan Arnold's pass.
But the visitors drew level shortly after the hour mark when Anthony Malbon blasted home.
Marvin Johnson's shot was saved by Reds keeper Jon Stewart at the death.
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Alfreton Town manager Nicky Law:
"I'm happy with a point. We started well and I think we could have taken the lead before we did. They came back into it and they had spells where they were on top.
"I thought we had spells where we looked slightly leggy in the second half. We had a couple of injuries to personnel which didn't help us and that's where we are at the minute. We don't have a great deal of options.
"If I look at the bench, yeah, they're good players, but they've got no game time, so it's a difficult one really. So I'm relying on the lads who are on and I'm left thinking it's better to take the point now."
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