The Dons led twice in the first half through Sean Rigg and Matt Tubbs but Kyle Dempsey's double saw the teams go in level at the break and Josh Gillies put the hosts ahead after the interval.
Neal Ardley's men looked dead and buried when Brad Potts added a fourth, however Tubbs scored from the spot after Gary Dicker was sent off for handball before Azeez headed in from close range to claim a point.
And while Wimbledon boss Ardley was pleased with the fighting spirit which earned a point, he believes a side with as much experience as his does should be closing games out, and they should have returned south with all three.
He told Dons Player: "As a manager you look at the problems of why we are not winning games. It was a game at 2-1 that we should have gone on and won. Sean Rigg had a chance to make it 3-1 and that would have made a big difference. That would have killed the game.
"But we are not doing a lot of the basics that League Two demands, and it’s something that we have to look at. We have players with huge experience and know-how and we have to look at what we’re not doing right, and why we’re conceding silly goals."