Caley Thistle made it 22 games unbeaten in the Championship but their run of consecutive draws was extended to six following a frustrating 2-2 draw with Dunfermline at Caledonian Stadium.
All the goals came in the first half, one of them a goal of the season contender.
The Pars led twice thanks to two goals from on-loan Hearts striker Aidan Keena. His first came in the 10th minute when he ran on to a Myles Hippolyte pass before cutting inside Brad McKay and curling the ball past Mark Ridgers in the Inverness goal.
Caley Jags equalised through Riccardo Calder when he ran on to Shaun Rooney’s defence splitting pass to slot the ball past Lee Robinson but Dunfermline hit back again with a stunning effort from Keena, who collected the ball 35 yards from goal before beating Ridgers with a stunning strike.
Inverness, to their credit, levelled again when Jordan White side-footed a cross past Pars goalkeeper Robinson and the only surprise was that there was no further scoring in the second half.