Cliftonville remain top of the table with their unbeaten record intact thanks to a stoppage time equaliser in the first clash of the season with neighbours Crusaders at Seaview.
The Crues got off to the brighter start, creating early efforts through Ben Kennedy and Johnny McMurray but the Reds defence did well to deal with the threat.
Despite this brisk opening there were few other efforts of note created throughout the rest of what was a disjointed first half.
Paul Heatley had a chance to break the deadlock early in the second half after being played through by McMurray but his effort was gathered by Declan Dunne before Jordan Forsythe nodded over from a Kennedy right-sided delivery.
But the Crues did edge in front on 62 minutes. Again Kennedy provided the ball into the box and again it found its way to Forsythe connected but this time he found the net with a low finish.
However, just as it looked like that might have been enough to secure the win for Stephen Baxter's side, up popped Daniel Kearns in added time to turn home the loose ball after Crues keeper Jonny Tuffey had kept out Chris Gallagher's initial effort.