Darren Lavery's brace was not enough to earn Berwick Rangers victory as Clyde came from behind to earn a draw at Shielfield.
The Borderers fell behind in their first home game for five weeks when Lee Sharp found the top corner with a 27th-minute free-kick.
Lavery pulled the hosts level two minutes after the break with a close-range finish from Dylan Easton's pass.
Easton then set up Fraser McLaren to nod Ian Little's men into the lead only for John Sweeney to equalise for the Bully Wee with a crisply-struck finish from the edge of the area in the 58th minute.
Lavery was again on target five minutes later with a header as the home side wrested the advantage in a topsy-turvy game.
But when Stuart McColm presented Patrick Scullion with the opportunity to level the scores for a third time, the substitute made no mistake with a well-taken strike 11 minutes from the end.
Berwick Rangers: McCallum, Jacobs, Brydon, Townsley, Gielty, McLaren (Dalziel 74), Janczyk (Notman 72), Lee Currie, McDonald, Lavery, Easton. Subs Not Used: Carse, Hoskins, Sandison.
Booked: McLaren. Goals: Lavery 47, McLaren 49, Lavery 63.
Clyde: Barclay, John Kane, Gray, Lyden, Sharp, McCluskey, Sweeney, Oliver (McGachie 59), McColm, Fitzpatrick, Watt (Scullion 74). Subs Not Used: MacBeth, Fitzharris, Rajovic.
Booked: John Kane, McCluskey. Goals: Sharp 27, Sweeney 58, Scullion 79.
Ref: Alan Newlands