Cavan and Antrim will have to do it all again as they finished 0-11 each in their Ulster senior football championship clash at Breffni Park thanks to a last-gasp Finbar O'Reilly free-kick robbed Antrim of their first away championship win in more than two decades.
Cavan were hot-favourites ahead of the game despite a number of key injuries, and indeed they led for most of the match. O'Reilly led the charge and Cavan were leading 0-04 to 0-01 before long.
Larry Reilly and Pierce McKenna continued the scoring while Kevin Madden, Kevin Brady, and Ciaran Close kept Antrim in touch and at half-time the score stood at 0-07 to 0-05 in favour of Cavan.
The Cavan onslaught continued in the second-half as Jason O'Reilly's goal-bound shot was saved brilliantly by Paddy Murray in the Antrim goal.
At the other end, Antrim failed to capitalise on that piece of luck and Madden's penalty was saved by James Reilly.
Still, the tide seemed to have turned and the Saffrons continued to take their points until, when Karl Crotty was dismissed for having picked up two yellow cards, the ensuing Madden free allowed them to level the game at 0-09 apiece.
Another point by Madden edged Antrim back in front before O'Reilly's leveller in stoppage time meant the sides will meet again at 6pm in Casement Park on Saturday, 4 June.