CARL Cort snatched a stoppage-time equaliser as Brentford came from behind three times to earn a deserved draw with MK Dons.
Aaron Wilbraham's late goal looked like earning the points for the visitors, only for super-sub Cort to pop up in the dying seconds as honours ended even at Griffin Park.
The Bees had an early let off when only a last-ditch block by Ryan Dickson denied Jermaine Easter, but the visitors eventually took the lead on 10 minutes.
Wojciech Szczesny let James Tunnicliffe's long throw slip through his hands, and Wilbraham was on hand to stab the ball home.
But Brentford levelled just before the half-hour mark when Toumani Diagouraga sent Sam Wood in the clear, and he made no mistake from 12 yards to slot the ball under Willy Gueret.
However, the Dons were handed a golden chance to regain their lead early in the second-half when Mark Phillips was adjudged to have brought down Luke Chadwick in the box.
Easter stepped up to slot home the spot-kick.
The hosts hit back, Charlie MacDonald saw a snap shot beaten away by Gueret.
And they squared things up 20 minutes from time when Myles Weston's header from MacDonald's cross was parried by Gueret, and when Weston nodded the loose ball goalwards, Ben Strevens was on hand to slam the ball home.
Brentford pushed for a winner, Tommy Smith's thumping header was turned over the top by Gueret, while MacDonald and then substitute Cort were denied by the woodwork.
The Dons looked like snatching the points when another Szczesny blunder let in Wilbrahams to score, but Cort was on hand to fire home a last-gasp equaliser.
BEES: Szczesny 5, Phillips 7, Legge 7, Smith 7, Dickson 8, Wood, 8, O'Connor 8, Diagouraga 7, Weston 7, MacDonald 8, Strevens 8 (Cort 89, 7).