With Bakgaga looking to grab an invaluable three points on their travels, Issa Sarr headed home in the dying seconds to see Dlamini's men leave Orlando Stadium with just a solitary point.
"When you are down there [the relegation zone] you become so unlucky," he told SuperSport TV following the game. "Even if you have something then you get so unlucky in the last minute.
"We thought we had it. It was minute 94, already game over, but sometimes if you are young you can't make the right decisions. Experience is very expensive sometimes.
"I can't fault the boys. I liked the fighting spirit. We have shape now. We are disciplined. I think we played well today and we are going to take this one point and run [with it]. It is not three points lost, it is one point gained for us."
Looking ahead to their next game against Bloemfontein Celtic and Dlamini remains hopeful that his Baroka side can muster a win as they did against Free State Stars recently.
"Celtic is coming to our home ground so we have to do what we have to do. We did something to Free State Stars and we're going to put on the same performance or better on Sunday and God willing we will get a result," he said.