An equaliser from Alan Connell extended Swindon's unbeaten run to 10 games as they claimed a point at AFC Wimbledon.
The hosts looked on course for their first victory in eight matches when they took an early lead through Sammy Hatton's deflected effort.
Swindon goalkeeper Wes Foderingham denied the Dons a second with a fingertip save from Jack Midson's shot.
But the Robins levelled when a Jake Jervis shot took a deflection and was touched in from close-range by Connell.
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AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown told BBC London 94.9:
"I feel that was a fair result, we played very well, got in behind them and created numerous chances.
"A thoroughly entertaining game, a fantastic game of football, it dropped off a bit in the second half, but the first was end-to-end stuff, could have been 4-4 today.
"Sometimes you need a little bit of luck our goal was definitely lucky but we created chances today."