Billy Clarke - who had earlier missed a penalty - tapped home at the far post to keep the Bees on course for automatic promotion and deny one of their rivals at the top of the table a victory.
"The boys just don't know when they are beaten," he said.
"That's four draws out of five, but all those draws have been against sides at the top of the table. If you stretch those out over the course of the season, you would be more than happy with them.
"We've got tremendous resilience, and although we've got about seven or eight out injured, I know that whoever I put out there will always play to the end and give this club and its supporters everything."