SAM Saunders bagged his first Brentford goal to rescue a point against Yeovil.
The former Dagenham wideboy cured home a 25-yard free-kick to cancel out Gavin Tomlin's early opener and extend their unbeaten run to 11 games.
The visitors had taken the lead inside three minutes when Charlie MacDonald was penalised for handball, with former Bee Tomlin sending Wojciech Szczesny the wrong way from the penalty spot.
Brentford dominated the rest of the half, with Lionel Ainsworth, Sam Wood and Saunders going close, but they still went in behind at the break.
David Hunt stung the hands of Alex McCarthy with a fizzing free-kick after the interval, and they finally levelled 15 minutes from time.
MacDonald was brought down 25 yards out, and Saunders stepped up to curl the ball into the right corner.
Mark Phillips thought he'd won the points for the hosts late on, only to have his effort ruled out for a foul, as honours ended even.