Luke Freeman nets late leveler to salvage a point for Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates.
After a frantic start, the hosts took the lead through Will Vaulks on six minutes but Rangers responded through Wells on 12 minutes.
Rotherham regained the lead just three minutes later when Clark Robertson headed home but Rangers weren’t to be denied and after laying siege on the home goal in the closing ten minutes, it was Freeman who netted with a brilliant header to the delight of the travelling supporters behind the goal.
A late goal in each half saw Crewe Alexandra defeat Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates 2-0 in Sky Bet League Two.
Callum Ainley capitalized on a Cambridge United error ten minutes before half time, and Shaun Miller registered a fine solo goal to resign United to a frustrating loss.
Jonte Smith's last gasp equalizer meant Lewes live to fight another day in the FA Trophy when the drew 2-2 with National League South side Hemel Hempstead Town on the weekend, but the replay was played and there was no magic for Lewes as they went down 3 – 2.
Jack Snelus gave Hemel Hempstead Town the lead in the 20th minute, Tom Knowls doubled the lead in the 32nd minute.
Sam Karl pulled a goal back for Lewes on the stroke of half-time, but Steve Cawley would restore the Hemel Hempstead Town two goal lead in the 65th minute, three minutes later it was 3 – 2 when Harry Reed scored for Lewes.
Lewes tried, but they could not find the equalizer.