Ben Clark's last-gasp header helped Gateshead to grab a point against struggling Kidderminster Harriers.
Lee Vaughan's effort, which rebounded off the crossbar, was the highlight of a scrappy first half but the home side went ahead immediately after the break.
Anthony Malbon converted Mike Williams' cross inside the box, before Harriers nearly made it two, but Adam Bartlett superbly saved from Nathan Blissett.
And Clark then struck late on to ensure the points were shared.
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Kidderminster assistant manager Gary Whild told BBC Hereford and Worcester:
"When you concede a goal late on like that it is always disappointing and the nature of the goal didn't seem the best.
"We'll obviously have to take a look at the DVD, but it was a soft goal and it was a shame.
"I thought we had got a lot more about us in the second half and we scored a good goal.
"But it was just a pity we couldn't kick on from there and get that second goal."