Indeed while they may have taken a draw before the game, Harps may feel like they could have snatched all three points.
They had a superb first half and rightly felt aggrieved when Pat Scully’s side took a somewhat lucky lead when Shane Tracy’s free kick too a bad deflection to go past Gallagher in the Harps goal.
Limerick did up the pace in the second half but Harps managed to draw level on 73 minutes when Paul McVeigh pounced from six yards from James Doherty’s cross.
The result means Limerick have qualified for at east a play-off place with many household names including Joe Gamble in their side.
And for Harps it means that Peter Hutton is continuing to build with this relatively young Harps squad.