Rugby Championship: Australia and South Africa draw as All Blacks retain title
New Zealand retained the Rugby Championship after South Africa and Australia drew 27-27 on Saturday.
Fly-half Elton Jantjies had a last-minute penalty to win the match for the Springboks in Bloemfontein, but pulled his effort wide.
It was the second successive draw between the teams this month after they tied 23-23 in Perth.
The All Blacks later beat Argentina 36-10 in their penultimate game to move 11 points clear of the Springboks.
"It was good for the spectators, but disappointing for us," said South Africa skipper Eben Etzebeth.
Australia captain Michael Hooper added: "It looked like nobody wanted to win it."
South Africa, who were looking to bounce back from a 57-0 defeat by New Zealand last time out, trailed 13-10 at the break.
Australian centre Israel Folau and Boks prop Ruan Dreyer traded tries, but two Bernard Foley penalties edged the visitors ahead.
Four tries in the space of 14 minutes followed after the interval as centre Jan Serfontein put South Africa in front, before Australia winger Marika Koroibete touched down either side of winger Courtnall Skosan's score.
Jantjies tied the score with a penalty nine minutes from time, but could not convert from a difficult angle to win the game late on.