Premiership champions Linfield dropped another two points when they were held by bottom club Lisburn Distillery.
It took an 82nd-minute equaliser by former Distillery striker Gary Browne to salvage a point for the Blues.
The Whites took the lead four minutes before half-time when Jordan Forsythe spun past Johnny Black to coolly shoot past Ross Glendinning.
Before Browne's equaliser, Lisburn Distillery had Aaron Traynor sent-off for a second yellow card offence.
For Linfield, David Armstrong had a goal ruled out in the second half for offside and Peter Thompson hit a post before Browne headed the leveller.
It was a welcome point for Tim McCann's Distillery, but they stay bottom of the table because of Donegal Celtic's win over Ballymena United.
Linfield, beaten in a penalty shoot-out by Ballymena in the midweek County Antrim Shied final, are sixth in the table, still 14 points behind Premiership leaders Cliftonville.