Bath City clawed their way back from two goals down to earn a share of the spoils with high-flying AFC Wimbledon at Twerton Park on Tuesday evening.
The Dons were looking to maintain pole position in the league standings and they seemed to be on course for another victory after securing a two-goal lead in the first period.
However, Adie Britton's Romans didn't give up the fight and pulled one back on 52 minutes before Lee Phillips' late deflected effort rescued a point for the hosts.
The match was evenly contested in the opening half-hour as both sides came close to breaking the deadlock on a number of occasions.
The visitors finally got the breakthrough they were looking for in the 32nd minute when Luke Moore was brought down in the penalty area by Danny Webb.
Referee Andy Hendley pointed straight to the spot and Dons skipper Kedwell calmly converted to make it 1-0.
AFC Wimbledon doubled their advantage on the stroke of half time when Kirk Hudson latched onto a lofted pass from Sammy Moore before chipping the ball over stranded goalkeeper Carl Pentney.
The visitors almost made it 3-0 moments after the half-time break but Danny Kedwell's goalbound effort was cleared off the line.
Bath pulled one back in the 52nd minute when Marc Canham curled a free-kick into the top left corner from just outside the area.
Kaid Mohamed had a penalty shout turned down minutes later after going down under a Samuel Hatton challenge but the referee waved play on.
The hosts were on the front foot and came close to drawing level on 59 minutes but Phillips couldn't get a touch on Ben Watson's low cross.
And the comeback was finally completed in the 85th minute when Scott Murray's cut-back hit a kneeling Phillips at the near post and deflected into the back of the net.
There was a scare for Bath deep in injury time when Kedwell broke free on the right flank and surged into the box but his low shot was saved by Pentney.
Bath bookings: Ruddick
AFC Wimbledon bookings: Gregory
Ref: Andy Hendley