Antony Kay preserved Huddersfield's unbeaten home record as Swindon were held to a 2-2 draw.
The midfielder was left unmarked to head his fifth goal of the season from a Gary Roberts' corner after 50 minutes.
The Terriers were then denied a spectacular winner when the Swindon keeper David Lucas brilliantly tipped over Lee Novak's dipping 30-yard drive.
Huddersfield, who have now drawn four of their last five matches, took the lead early on through skipper Peter Clarke's early freak goal.
He beat Simon Ferry to a long throw-in and crossed from the byline, only for the ball to end up in the net from a near-impossible angle.
The Robins hit back when on-loan Bolton winger Danny Ward crossed for Charlie Austin to head his 12th goal in 15 games.
Ward then caught Huddersfield keeper Alex Smithies off guard with a snap shot from an acute angle.
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