Leicester and Cardiff continue to set the pace, Burnley triumphed in a seven-goal thriller, Marlon King's hat-trick rescued a point for Birmingham and Ipswich slipped to the bottom of the table.
Crystal Palace drew at Barnsley following the departure of manager Dougie Freedman for Bolton earlier in the day, with the new Trotters boss watching his side snatch a point at Wolves.
Andy King scored the only goal of the game in the 10th minute as Leicester remained top of the Championship on goal difference courtesy of their victory over Brighton.
Cardiff were indebted to Aron Gunnarsson as he stepped off the bench with six minutes remaining to snatch a last-gasp winner for the Welsh side in their dramatic 2-1 triumph at home to Watford.
Crystal Palace, who saw manager Freedman head for the Selhurst Park exit earlier on Tuesday, had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Barnsley as Glenn Murray's opener was cancelled out by David Perkins.
Freedman was in the stands at Molineux to see his new charges Bolton in action against Wolves, where Mark Davies pinched a last-gasp equaliser for the visitors in an entertaining 2-2 draw.
Burnley emerged victorious from a seven goal thriller against Bristol City at Ashton Gate, with Chris McCann grabbing all three points for the visitors in the dying seconds after Paul Anderson looked to have secured a draw for the hosts with his 90th minute leveller.
The pressure continues to mount on Ipswich manager Paul Jewell with Nathan Tyson's late winner for Derby in their 2-1 win at Portman Road doing little to improve his job prospects, with the Tractor Boys now bottom of the table.
Middlesbrough are now up to third in the Championship standings as goals from Faris Haroun and Ishmael Miller secured a 2-0 success against fellow promotion-hopefuls Hull City.
Huddersfield suffered a shock 3-1 defeat on their travels against Peterborough, with the London Road outfit claiming their first home points of the season thanks to a brace from George Boyd.
Striker King's hat-trick rescued a point for Birmingham away to Millwall as they hit back from 3-0 down after 18 minutes at The Den where Chris Wood's double and Chris Taylor looked to have the Lions on course for victory.
There was more late drama at Bloomfield Road where Dexter Blackstock struck in added time as Nottingham Forest claimed a 2-2 draw with Blackpool.
Leeds were forced to settle for a point as their Elland Road date with Charlton ended in a 1-1 draw as Dorian Dervite (50) cancelled out David Norris' first-half opener.