Rotherham United produced another stunning fightback to snatch a point at the New York Stadium.
Alex Revell’s stoppage-time header saw Steve Evans’s side come back from two goals down to get a point against 10-man Dons.
It looked bad when Matthew Kennedy netted from Ryan hall’s pass to give the Dons the lead.
Not even Brendon Galloway’s red card for a second booking three minutes after the break could deter the visitors, with Izale McLeod doubling their advantage.
But the Millers made their numerical advantage count, as Michael O’Connor reduced the arrears before Revell headed home Kari Arnason’s long throw.