MALPAS extended their un-beaten run to five matches with a 2-2 draw at Monk on Saturday - but they left it late.
Simon Bradley's 88th-minute goal earned a point for Mark Jones' visitors, who dominated the second half.
Andy Parry had fired Malpas into a 1-0 lead with a well-executed volley, but mid-table Monk drew level before half time.
Having been on the back foot for much of the first period, Malpas improved after the break and created a series of chances.
They were shocked to fall 2-1 behind to a penalty 20 minutes from time, but Bradley's goal - from a Richard Desmond cross - levelled the score.
Malpas expect to be at full strength tomorrow for the visit of Crewe FC.