AFC Wimbledon 0-0 Southend Utd
In a game of few chances Dons can be grateful goal-line technology has yet to reach League Two.
A left-foot drive from Southend's Barry Corr on 76 minutes thrashed the underside of the bar, bounced down, spun back and then out - with the assistant keeping his flag down by his side. It looked a goal, but AFC deserved a slice of luck after recent results.
In truth, this was a game of few chances although a decent point for Dons after Saturday's hapless surrender to Hartlepool.
The highlight of a busy but fruitless first half was a terrific hit from Tom Beere on 30 minutes that thundered the bar after the keeper flapped at a Kennedy cross.
It brought Dons back into the game after they surrendered early territory, but thankfully no goals.
A terrific low save by Joe McDonnell from Barry Corr as drove into the box did much for the young keeper's confidence.
Dave Winfield did just as well when Corr got beyond the last man only to find the defender putting his head where it hurt to a bouncing ball with the Southend man about to lob the keeper.
Alfie Potter's dart into the box and his cross shot pinballed off a defender and a Dons leg before it sat up for keeper Ted Smith to gratefully grab.
The corrugated pitch hardly helped a game of huff and puff, but AFC also broke a welcome duck at home in the league to the Shrimpers at the fourth attempt. The previous three all ended in defeat.
Dons, McDonnell, Smith, Winfield, Reeves, Kennedy, Oshilaja, Beere, Bulman, Tanner (Azeez 68), Akinfenwa, Potter (Rigg 68); subs not used: Worner, Fuller, Moore, Phillips, Connolly
Att: 3,658 (601 away)