The visiting side - who remain without a win this season after manager John Sheridan was sacked earlier in the week- grabbed the lead when Craig Westcarr netted with a volley from Terrell Forbes's cross.
Danny Kedwell levelled matters with a close-range header before Westcarr was sent off in injury time for a second bookable offence.
Brian Saah's bizarre own goal gave Port Vale a deserved 1-1 draw with Torquay. Ian Morris's first-half strike put the Gulls in front at Vale Park, but Vale were unfortunate to be behind and they claimed a point when Saah put through his own goal after 69 minutes.
Rhys Griffiths scored on his debut as Plymouth came from behind to secure their first League Two win of the season, with Northampton beaten 3-2 at Home Park.
Britt Assombalonga's early goal handed Southend their first win of the season as Wycombe were beaten 1-0 at Roots Hall.
York made it back-to-back wins for the first time since their return to the Football League as they ended Oxford's 100% League Two record with a 3-1 victory.
Rochdale cruised to their first victory of the season as bottom of the table Barnet were beaten 2-0 at Spotland. First-half goals from Ashley Grimes and veteran striker Dele Adebola consigned the Bees to another defeat.
Fleetwood recorded their first home victory in the Football League as they beat Aldershot 4-1 in a game which saw both sides finish with 10 men.
Exeter made it three wins in a row with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Burton at St James' Park.
Rotherham's great start to life in their £20 million new home continued with a 4-0 demolition of Yorkshire rivals Bradford.
Three second-half goals in the space of 10 minutes stunned Bristol Rovers and set Morecambe on course for a 3-0 win at the Memorial Stadium.
Gary McDonald broke the deadlock with a low finish on 52 minutes after Jordan Burrow had headed down a Kevin Ellison chip.
Nick Fenton doubled the lead with a right-footed volley from a narrow angle after 57 minutes and soon after Ellison waltzed through a wide open defence to slot home the third. Rovers fans chanted "what a load of rubbish" as their team lacked a cutting edge and made costly errors.
Clinical Accrington shocked previously unbeaten Cheltenham with a 3-0 victory at Whaddon Road.
Cheltenham were caught out as early as the fourth minute when an error from central defender Harry Hooman let in Stanley's Padraig Amond, who kept his cool to slot past goalkeeper Scott Brown. Stanley increased their lead in the 34th minute when Cheltenham failed to clear their ranks from Will Hatfield's 34th-minute corner, allowing the Stanley midfielder to cross again and the ball fell for George Miller to fire home from close range.
Stanley effectively sealed the points two minutes after the break when Cheltenham failed to take advantage from a corner, with Stanley able to break and Hatfield put though Romuald Boco who ran from the halfway line to fire past Brown.
Seb Brown was the hero as the goalkeeper saved a first-half penalty to end AFC Wimbledon's run of two successive defeats with a 2-2 draw at home to Dagenham & Redbridge