Dumbarton came from two goals down to earn a draw at Brechin.
The home side went ahead on the half-hour mark when Paul McManus converted Jonny Lindsay's cross from close range.
Jim Weir's men doubled their lead four minutes later, Ewan Moyes heading Garry Brady's free-kick towards goal before Rory McKenzie fired an overhead kick past Dumbarton goalkeeper Stephen Grindlay.
The Sons came back into the game in the 57th minute when Bryan Prunty struck his 14th goal of the season from the penalty spot after the striker had been brought down by Lindsay.
Scott Agnew then completed the comeback in the 73rd minute when he found the top corner with a stunning 25-yard free-kick.
Agnew thought he had earned his side all three points four minutes from time when he let fly from distance, but Craig Nelson made a good save to keep the scores level.
Brechin: Nelson, Fusco, Dunlop, Moyes, Lindsay, McKenzie, Brady, Molloy, Hodge, Lister, McManus (McKenna 76).Subs Not Used: Scott, King, McLauchlan, Crawford.
Goals: McManus 30, McKenzie 34.
Dumbarton: Grindlay, Nugent, Lithgow, Wallace (Walker 65), Creaney, Gilhaney, Agnew, McNiff, Lamont, Prunty, Graham (Nicoll 65).Subs Not Used: Gastal, Finnie, Borris.
Booked: Creaney, Gilhaney.
Goals: Prunty 57 pen, Agnew 73.
Ref: Paul Robertson