Patrick McWalter played the role of party-pooper to a tee as Wicklow snatched a 2-7 to 0-13 draw in their NFL Division Four clash with Fermanagh in Enniskillen.
McWalter struck at the death after the Ernesiders forced the pace for most of the tie.
The hosts were the better team in the early exchanges and notched the last three points of the half to go in at the interval leading by 0-7 to 0-4.
However, the Garden County dug in and James Stafford goaled early in the second half before Leighton Glynn added to Fermanagh's woes with a converted penalty.
Wicklow pair Barry Mulrone and Glynn were both dismissed for two yellow card offences while the hosts' Barry Mulrone also saw red.
Elsewhere, Waterford spurned a handful of goal chances as they lost out (1-8 to 0-13) to Cavan in their NFL Division Three clash at Kingspan/Breffni Park.
Ferncombe followed up his brace of goals against Limerick with another major to give his side a 1-4 to 0-6 lead two minutes into the second half.
Cavan notched six points without reply though, including a couple from Ray Cullivan, to edge into a 0-13 to 1-5 lead.
Brian Wall fired over a hat-trick of points to cut Cavan's lead to 0-13 to 1-8 approaching the end of normal time.
However, Cavan hung on grimly with Cavan keeper Reilly's point blank save from Ferncombe settling the issue.
Meanwhile, NFL Division One title-holders Cork overcame a stern challenge from Monaghan to win 1-15 to 1-12.
Pierce O'Neill (0-5), Paddy Kelly (1-1) and Daniel Goulding (0-4) all impressed for the Rebel County.
Kelly and Monaghan's Eoin Duffy swapped first half goals as the Munstermen led at half-time by 1-9 to 1-5.
Mark Downey saw his blockbuster shake the Cork crossbar and while team-mate Dessie Mone pointed to reduce the gap, Cork held on to ensure Monaghan have now collected just two points from three league games.