DRUIDS assistant boss Graham Jones admitted the West Wales visitors deserved some reward after rescuing a point with a last gasp leveller.
Leading 2-1, the Ancients twice survived when the visitors hit the woodwork in the second half only to be denied by a dramatic last-minute header from substitute Jack Christopher.
“To be honest, if I had been their gaffer I would have been disappointed to have gone away with nothing,” said Jones.
“We defended well, but just went to sleep at the end after swapping things around a bit.
“It would have been nice to have got the extra two points, which probably would have made us safe, but nothing has changed, we’re still 11th.”
Haverfordwest made a flying start when Chris O’Sullivan’s right-wing free kick on 19 minutes was forced over the line by Mark Otten.
But Druids hit back within six minutes, Lee Jones taking a short corner to Osian Jones, whose 25-yard strike deflected off the defensive wall to fly into the top of the net.
Osian Jones returned the favour for namesake Lee four minutes before the break, squaring the ball back for the former Wrexham man to drill his superb shot past Kendall.
The visitors pressed harder in the second half with debutant Jaqui Gryka heading against the bar and O’Sullivan repeating the feat soon after with his 20-yard shot.
Druids looked to be holding out until Christopher’s late header saved the day for Haverfordwest.