Jonathan North saved his second penalty of the season as he helped Wealdstone secure a point in a 0-0 draw away to 10-man promotion hopefuls Ebbsfleet United.
North proved to be the hero on 43 minutes when he was at full stretch, diving to save Matt Godden's penalty.
The spot-kick came shortly after the hosts were reduced to ten men when their skipper Daryl McMahon was shown a red card following a two footed challenge on O'Nien.
Stones manager Gordon Bartlett made four changes to the side who suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Farnborough on Saturday.
Joe Turner replaced Michael Malcolm and Luke O’Nien started wearing the number 10 shirt.
Wes Parker was handed a start, replacing the injured Tom Hamblin and Carl Martin started at left back.
The away side started well, staying organised and making it difficult for Ebbsfleet to find a way through their defence.
Stones won their first corner on 21 minutes but were unable to trouble the Ebbsfleet goalkeeper.
Moments later Wealdstone survived a real scare when North’s poor clearance fell straight to a Fleet forward who saw his effort stray wide of the post.
The Stones started the livelier of the two teams after the break.
Their best chance came on 58 minutes when Turner crossed low for McGleish, who scored the consolation against Farnborough, who was sliding in at the far post but his stretched effort hit the side netting.
But they were unable to find to find a goal and in the end they had to settle for a well-earned point.