Jake Jervis hit a superb brace to earn Carlisle a draw against Swindon.
Jervis made the most of a poor Alan McCormack clearance to put United in front from the edge of the area.
A frantic four minutes followed as Adam Rooney levelled for the Robins from outside the box before Jervis restored the home side's lead with an edge-of-the-area piledriver.
Swindon levelled things up again when Paul Benson drilled a low shot home from 10 yards.
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Swindon Town manager Paolo di Canio told BBC Wiltshire:
"It's a shame to go from this ground and not win and win with four, five goals. It's a shame to go with this result.
"I'm not happy and want to send this mentality to my players. I saw many selfish attitudes.
"They (Carlisle) have two shots on target (and score) two goals from two bad defensive mistakes from us.
"We have to improve from now the individual determination and feel the responsibility."