Barnsley lost a 2-0 lead in a 2-2 draw at Queens Park Rangers who scored a 91st-minute equaliser in the Saturday lunchtime encounter.
Dominik Frieser and Cauley Woodrow, with his 50th for the club, scored during an excellent first half performance by the Reds but the hosts were on top in the second period, pulling one back on 78 minutes after a big chance at the other end, before the late leveller.
Barnsley now have five points from their first four games of the Championship season.
Markus Schopp kept exactly the same team as the one that lost 1-0 at home to Luton Town on Tuesday. Cameron Thompson replaced George Miller on the bench.
The first half-chance fell for the hosts but George Thomas' acrobatic flick floated into the arms of Brad Collins.
But the rest of the first half was a masterclass from Barnsley, who pressed their hosts frantically when QPR tried to pass the ball out from the back and played some magnificent flowing football.
The Reds took the lead in the 14th minute. After some good passing near halfway by Josh Benson and Callum Styles, Liam Kitching's excellent lofted pass allowed Frieser to beat the offside trap and go clean through on the left of the box before firing into the bottom corner.
It could have been 2-0 three minutes later when Kitching, in the home box following a corner, headed wide from seven yards out from Callum Brittain's right-wing cross. Woodrow then fired just wide from about 22 yards.
Woodrow did get his first goal of the season, and his 50th for the club, just before the half hour-mark following another fine move. Styles saw his right-wing corner cleared but found space on the right of the box to run onto a fantastic chipped pass by Benson and squared low for Woodrow to tap in almost on the line.
Woodrow almost scored again soon after when Brittain played him in on the right of the box but goalkeeper Senny Dieng saved his effort from a tight angle on the right of the box.
QPR made a double change on 33 minutes and switched from 3-5-2 to 4-4-2 but they were outplayed throughout the first half with Barnsley playing some superb football.
After the break, Benson almost scored direct from a corner but it was touched over while both he and Styles were booked for late tackles which stopped QPR breaking on the counter-attack.
QPR were much improved in the second half, with their fans getting behind them, and centre-back Jimmy Dunne, who came on at half-time, headed wide from a right-wing corner on 58 minutes.
Collins made an excellent save on 71 minutes, keeping out a Charlie Austin headed from Ilias Chair's right-wing free-kick which was given away by Kitching who lost the ball to Albert Adomah then wrestled the QPR man to the ground and was booked. The goalkeeper then came to the edge of the box to beat Stefan Johansen to a ball over the top and tackled Adomah outside his area.
Barnsley should have gone 3-0 up when Woodrow and Frieser both went through on goal and the Reds captain overhit a pass which would have given the Austrian a simple tap-in. Seconds later, QPR attacked on the left and Ilias Chair beat Toby Sibbick before smashing in from the tight angle about 12 yards out.
Woodrow had another big chance when a goal kick put him clean through and he tried to round Dieng but fired wide. QPR thought he was offside.
Osman Kakay saw a 25-yard shot easily held by Collins in the 88th minute but the goalkeeper could only get a hand to Austin's injury-time equaliser which flew into the top right corner after he met Yoann Barbet's low left-wing cross six yards out.
Barnsley (3-4-3): Collins; Sibbick, Helik, Kitching; Brittain, Palmer (Moon 62mins), Benson (Halme 80), Styles; Frieser, Woodrow, Oduor (Cole 70)
Unused: Walton, B Williams, Adeboyejo, Thompson.
Yellow cards: Benson, Styles, Kitching,
Goals: Frieser 14, Woodrow 27.
QPR (3-5-2): Dieng; Dickie, de Wijs (Dunne HT), Barbet; Thomas (Adomah 36mins), Johansen, Dozzell (Ball 36), Chair, Kakay; Willock, Austin.
Unused: Archer, Dunne, Ball, Duke-McKenna, Adomah, Kelman.
Yellow cards: Barbet, Chair.
Goals: Chair 76, Austin 90+1.AS IT HAPPENED