Maxime Biamou's last-minute equaliser saw Coventry come away from injury-ravaged Championship leaders Norwich City with a valuable point.
Mario Vrancic's penalty put the Canaries ahead after Coventry keeper Ben Wilson was adjudged to have brought down Przemyslaw Placheta.
Coventry hit the post with seven minutes left as Kyle McFadzean's header from Gustavo Hamer's ball beat home keeper Michael McGovern.
But they got a deserved equaliser at the death as Biamou fired in from a yard out after Ryan Giles' ball into the six-yard box.
The point sees Norwich's unbeaten run stretch to 10 games, but their lead at the top of the table remains a single point after Bournemouth were held at Rotherham, while the Sky Blues move up a place to 20th in the Championship and three points clear of the relegation places.
With 13 players out, the injury-ravaged Canaries were forced to play Marco Stiepermann up front in place of the injured Teemu Pukki, while former Northern Ireland goalkeeper McGovern made his first start since a 5-1 loss to Aston Villa on 5 October 2019 following Tim Krul's midweek injury.
Norwich could only field six of the permitted nine substitutes - five of whom were academy players alongside the experienced Christoph Zimmermann while Coventry made five changes with Wilson making his first league start in place of the injured Marko Marosi.
The Sky Blues went close after 19 minutes when Jamie Allen headed over from close range, but that seemed to galvanise the Canaries as Wilson thwarted them three times before giving away the penalty - which he hotly disputed - as Stiepermann was stopped on the edge of the box before a fine double save from Josh Martin and Placheta.
Coventry started the second half well and Giles' near-post strike forced McGovern to make a good save as the home side failed to create many clear-cut chances - and they were made to pay thanks to substitute Biamou's late strike.
To compound the late goal, Norwich's injury problems also grew as Max Aarons had to be helped off the field in stoppage time.