Ryan Swan struck in stoppage time to earn Warrenpoint Town a share of the spoils from this visit to Carrick Rangers.
A quiet opening 45 minutes with chances at a premium saw the first effort of note fall to Alan O'Sullivan after a quarter-of-an-hour but he could only fire over from inside the box.
However, the deadlock was broken on 33 minutes when Lee Chapman saw his cross from the right met by Kyle Cherry who duly headed it past Andy Coleman.
O'Sullivan had another opening for 'Point while, towards the end of the first half, Cherry tested Coleman with a shot from the edge of the box.
Carrick came close to doubling their advantage early in the second half when, following a series of corners, the ball reached Reece Neale but his left-foot effort from distance was touched wide by Coleman.
Both sides had opportunities as the game progressed but the best of the action was reserved for the closing moments.
On 88 minutes O'Sullivan held the ball up for Francis McCaffrey only for his effort to go whizzing past the post.
Warrenpoint's leveller came as late as the 93rd minute after Coleman's long free-kick was knocked across the area by Daniel Byrne for Swan to head home from close range.