Barnet's joint-head coach Edgar Davids felt his side deserved all three points against AFC Wimbledon on Saturday afternoon.
The Dons looked to be heading for a fourth straight defeat in all competitions after Jake Hyde headed the home side in front after 64 minutes.
Luke Moore wasted a great chance to level with 15 minutes to go but Stacy Long's strike from outside the box deflected past Bees goalkeeper Graham Stack in the 84th minute to earn AFC Wimbledon a 1-1 draw.
"Look at the first half, we definitely had the better chances, and also the better play," said Davids.
"In the second half, we didn't play as well as we did in the first, but we still created enough chances to score so I don't think it's a fair result.
"That's why I'm disappointed. We could have scored early, we played very good football, especially in the first half, and it didn't turn into a win.
"When we scored we didn't play the game we did in the first half, we just went into the same game that Wimbledon was playing and if that's not your game, it's hard to beat somebody at their own game. That was their strength and that's we're we committed errors.
"From now I think every game is important. That's what you get in this position. Every game we have to win and I think that will be the case until the end of the season."