A stoppage time leveller earned Crusaders a point from this North Belfast derby visit to face Cliftonville.
It took the Reds just three minutes to open the scoring through Daire O'Connor after he controlled the ball at the far post before lifting his shot into the roof of the net beyond keeper Neil Shields.
Michael McCrudden thought he had added a second midway through the first half after being played through by O'Connor only for his clinical finish to be ruled out offside.
Cliftonville came close again when O'Connor sent the ball across the face of goal for Levi Ives only for it to be cleared off the line at the back post.
At the other end Ives then scrambled a David Cushley close range effort to safety while, early in the second half Cushley threatened again only to smash the ball over from a few yards out.
Both sides had their chances as the game progressed but the Crues always looked the more likely to find a way through.
Billy Joe Burns flicked the ball wide from a Jamie McGonigle cross while Cliftonville might have doubled their lead when O'Connor chested the ball down before attempting a shot but Shields did well to deal with the danger.
Rory Hale then saw an effort cleared off the line with Shields then thwarting Paul O'Neill after Ronan Doherty had pulled the ball back.
However Crusaders levelled three minutes into added time when Cushley deservedly found the net with the last kick of the game after connecting with Declan Caddell's knock down.