Albion and Stenhousemuir drew 4-4 in an eight-goal thriller at Cliftonhill.
David Crawford gave Albion a 13th-minute lead from six yards but Stewart Kean headed in the first of his treble to level the scores after 26 minutes.
Kean volleyed in his second from close range six minutes later to give Stenhousemuir a half-time advantage.
Four minutes into the second half Mark McGuigan made it 2-2 with a low drive, but Andy Rodgers' thumping 25-yard effort seven minutes later put the visitors back in the lead.
Gary Phillips struck back for Albion with a volley from 12 yards before Crawford appeared to have won the game as he forced the ball home from six yards.
But Crawford curled in a stoppage-time equaliser from the right side of the penalty area to earn a breathtaking point.