Ryan Jones equalised with the last kick of the game to give Fermanagh a dramatic Division Three draw with Armagh at the Athletic Grounds.
Miceal McKenna netted to help Armagh into an eight-point lead but a superb Ruairi Corrigan goal left Fermanagh trailing 1-7 to 1-3 at the break.
The hosts moved five points clear midway though the second half before Fermanagh lauched a comeback.
Sean Quigley reduced the gap to one before the late leveller from Jones.
It was a battle between the top two and both sides remain unbeaten after a dramatic finale in Armagh.
Armagh capitalised on the wind advantage by surging clear early in the game with Ethan Rafferty firing over four points.
McKenna also pointed before blasting into the bottom corner on 21 minutes, while Aidan Forker increased the gap to eight.
Sean Quigley got Fermanagh back on the scoreboard before Corrigan jinked his way through the Armagh defence to score a brilliant goal.
His brother Tomas slotted over to leave four points between the sides at half-time, and Armagh were the brighter side on the restart despite Fermanagh enjoying the wind at their backs.
Armagh moved five points ahead and were in control, only for Fermanagh to start a fightback which ultimately secured a point.
Sean Quigley scored three points to take his match tally to six while Jones also fired over before holding his nerve to level in the dying seconds.