Joe Chalmers’ stoppage-time strike snatched a point for Ross County in their 2-2 draw with Hibernian.
It had appeared County were set for a 2-1 defeat before Chalmers struck, rattling in from outside the box.
After a tepid first half, Daryl Horgan and Scott Allan scored in quick succession to put the Hibees two clear.
Graham, a second-half substitution, pulled one back from long distance before Chalmers took aim to deny the home side a much-needed win.
They now face the task of trying to stop Rangers in Dingwall on Wednesday night, if they are to regain some form.
County made four changes from the side that was humbled 6-0 at Celtic, with Joe Chalmers, Blair Spittal, Ross Stewart and Josh Mullin out of the side. In came Ewan Henderson, Sean Kelly, Billy Mckay and Lewis Spence.
Melker Hallberg had the first opportunity of the game, hitting the frame of the goal from a free-kick inside five minutes after Marcus Fraser had brought down Joe Newell.
Jason Naismith, in the Hibs side against his former club, skied a half-volley on the turn when trying to meet Lewis Stevenson’s cross at the far post.
A Michael Gardyne shot dragged wide was the closest County came to threatening the Hibs goal in the opening 20 minutes, with neither side offering too much invention until Ross Laidlaw was required to beat Florian Kamberi’s strike away from his near post.
Former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Josh Vela came close before the break, meeting Naismith’s cutback but saw his shot deflected just wide of the goal.
It was a first half lacking in any impetus or inspiration, from two teams short on confidence in the wake of recent results.
Horgan, a half-time substitute, made an immediate impact five minutes into the second half, racing behind Kelly on to a long ball and slotting beyond Laidlaw.
One became two on 56 minutes, with Vela nipping in to take the ball from Ross Draper after Spence’s short pass. Allan was released and not closed down, before picking his spot in the bottom corner from the edge of the box.
Brian Graham was roused from the bench to offer a greater attacking threat but the Hibees remained in control, with Kamberi cracking the outside of the post.
Ex-Hibee Graham gave lacklustre County a lifeline with 15 minutes to go, collecting a pass from Kelly and curling spectacularly beyond Chris Maxwell.
The same duo combined for what ought to have been the equaliser pretty much straight from kick-off. Kelly was given time to cross from the left and picked out the unmarked Graham from eight yards, but he planted his header wide.
They probed for an equaliser and just when time looked to be running out, one swing of Chalmers left boot gave them a point they did not look like getting.