Nathan Blissett bagged a brace as struggling Kidderminster earned an away point against Woking in the Blue Square Bet Premier.
Lee Sawyer converted Kevin Betsy's pass early on to give the hosts the lead, but Blissett's header levelled it.
Aaron Howe saved a penalty from Kidderminster's Lee Vaughan after Mark Ricketts had felled Ryan Rowe.
Blissett's neat finish made it 2-1, but Woking's Bradley Bubb lashed in an equaliser from 18 yards.
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Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:
"We started the brighter in the first 20 minutes and got off to a very good start. It was a very good move and goal from Lee Sawyer and all credit to Kidderminster, they came straight back.
"The Aaron Howe penalty save was a big save for us as we were only one down and it could've been a bigger problem but we showed a character.
"Kidderminster made it hard for us tonight but we hung on in there and it's a very fine line in this league between winning and losing."