Boston United were made to pay for a string of missed chances as they were held to their first draw of the season by Solihull Moors.
Solihull substitute Jermaine Clarke struck in the second minute of added time to rescue a point for the visitors.
Defender Tom Ward put the Pilgrims in the front after just 65 seconds when he headed home an Ian Ross corner.
Solihull hit back just three minutes later when Dior Angus curled home a brilliant free-kick from 25 yards which gave keeper Dan Haystead no chance.
However, Marc Newsham put Boston back in front on 25 minutes, firing past Jasbir Singh after beating the Solihull offside trap.
In front of a sparse crowd of 681, United controlled the second half and Newsham should have added to his tally but, unusually for him, his finishing let him down.
His final miss of the night, in added time, proved costly when Moors broke and Clarke smashed home his side's second equaliser.