Kieffer Moore struck his 13th goal of the season to hand Rotherham a last-gasp point in a 1-1 South Yorkshire derby at Doncaster.
It looked like Rovers were going to win the first meeting between the two sides since 2007 when Richard Wood's own goal put them ahead, but Moore finished off a goalmouth scramble in the sixth minute of injury time.
The on-loan Ipswich striker saved Wood's blushes as the Millers defender had a game to forget.
His first indiscretion came 10 minutes before the break. Ryan Williams did well to send a cross in which was met by Semi Ajayi, whose six-yard header crashed into the underside of the crossbar. Then from the rebound virtually on the line, Wood somehow managed to repeat the feat.
The centre-half claimed the ball had crossed the line and while replays were inconclusive, there was no doubt that he should have buried it.
Rovers went ahead on the hour as a quick break ended up with Rodney Kongola on the right and his cross was turned into his own net by Wood, who was not enjoying his day.
Jonson Clarke-Harris hit the post as the Millers pushed, but they had to wait until the last meaningful attack as Moore slotted home at the second attempt after David Ball had been denied.