Pat Clarke's stoppage-time penalty earned Raith a draw at runaway First Division leaders Ross County, a point that could prove vital in their attempts to avoid relegation.
Following a goalless first half, Rovers goalkeeper David McGurn needed to be alert to tip Paul Lawson's dipping 50th-minute corner over the crossbar.
Michael Fraser kept out Grant Murray's close-range header two minutes later before McGurn again needed to be at full stretch to push Gary Miller's 20-yard effort round a post.
McGurn was unable to stop Lawson's driven effort from the edge of the area five minutes from time as the Staggies closed in on their seventh win in eight games.
But, after Scott Morrison fouled substitute Jamie Walker five minutes into stoppage time, Clarke stepped up to grab Raith a point with the last kick of the game.
Ross County: Fraser, Miller, Morrison, Boyd, Munro, Lawson, Brittain, Kettlewell, Quinn (Corcoran 78), Gardyne (Craig 62), Morrow (Vigurs 72). Subs Not Used: Malin, Flynn.
Booked: Miller, Kettlewell.
Goals: Lawson 85.
Raith Rovers: McGurn, Jason Thomson, Dyer, Ellis, Hill (Williamson 70), Murray, Allan Walker, Davidson, Hamill, Clarke, Casalinuovo (Jamie Walker 82). Subs Not Used: Laidlaw, Jonathan Stewart, McBride.
Goals: Clarke 90 pen.
Ref: Steven McLean.