Bromley proved their promotion credentials to come from three goals down and earn a 3-3 draw in a thriller with Harrogate.
Bromley started the day top but looked to be conceding ground in the chase for League Two until they fought back to end it tied with new leaders Barrow.
Harrogate were up and running 13 minutes in, Jack Emmett picking up a loose back pass and going round Ryan Huddart before tucking in.
It was two eight minutes before the break, Brendan Kiernan connecting with Jack Muldoon’s ball and marking his return to his old club with a goal.
And Town were in dreamland four minutes later, Muldoon scoring from the spot after Huddart brought down Jack Diamond.
But Bromley gave themselves a lifeline before the break, Reeco Hackett-Fairchild scoring after James Belshaw’s double save.
Sam Wood also hit the bar for the home side before the whistle, but they got their second three minutes after the resumption when Chris Bush scored after chaos on the box.
And it was Bush who completed the comeback 17 minutes from time, his finish going in off the post.