Andrew Kirk scored a last-gasp leveller as Dunfermline came from behind to draw with Airdrie United.
Bottom-placed Airdrie took the lead against the run of play when Nathan Blockley got on the end of William McLaren's cross to head home from close range in the 11th minute.
The Pars got back into the game in the 22nd minute when Stephen Husband's sensational 25-yard free-kick found the top corner.
The hosts restored the lead in the 53rd minute when Ryan Donnelly scored his sixth goal of the season from close range.
And Jimmy Boyle's men thought they had recorded their first win since January 12 when McLaren curled the ball into the bottom corner from 12 yards out to make it 3-1 in the 85th minute.
Dunfermline striker Ryan Wallace gave his side hope when he slammed the ball home from 30 yards one minute later before Kirk fired in from close range in injury time to salvage a point.
Airdrie Utd: Robbie Thomson, O'Neil (Jack Boyle 78), Lamie, Buchanan, Evans (Lilley 66), Bain, Blockley, Hetherington, McLaren, John Boyle (Moore 58), Donnelly.
Subs Not Used: Arthur, Coogans.
Goals: Blockley 11, Donnelly 53, McLaren 85.
Dunfermline: Gallacher, Millen (Cardle 79), Morris, Dowie, Potter, Thomson, Kane (Smith 85), Husband, Whittle, Wallace, Dargo (Kirk 69).
Subs Not Used: Hrivnak, Munro.
Goals: Husband 22, Wallace 86, Kirk 90.
Ref: Crawford Allan