Barrow extended their unbeaten run to three matches with a goalless draw against Dartford.
Danny Hurst kept out a header from Dartford's Danny Harris in the first half and was also on hand to prevent Nathan Collier from scoring.
Barrow's best chance of a quiet encounter fell to Louis Almond, who was denied by Marcus Bettinelli.
The point was not enough to keep Dartford in the play-off places, while Barrow are 18th in the table.
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Dartford manager Tony Burman told BBC Radio Kent:
"I'm pleased we got something out of the game, it's a difficult place to come and a very long way to come.
"First half we were OK but didn't trouble Barrow too much. We had to grind out a result and that's what we did.
"It was a sapping pitch, it got heavier, but I'm delighted for the boys, it's been a tough week."