A slender first-innings lead of 49 runs proved to be crucial for Haryana as it helped them take three points from their Group B Ranji Trophy match against Uttar Pradesh, in Lucknow on Tuesday.
The hosts, despite posting 348 in their second essay, had to be content with a point.
From individual performer's point of view, Uttar Pradesh's wicketkeeper-batsman Eklavya Dwivedi hogged the limelight with a 193-ball 121, the 24-year-old's maiden first-class century.
Dwivedi was 51 overnight in a team score of 217 for four at the Dr Akhilesh Das Stadium.
Parvinder Singh, unbeaten on 45 on Monday evening, made 64 with the help of eight fours.
In their second innings, Haryana ambled to 106 for three in 43 overs, with opener Nitin Saini leading the batting with a knock of 68 off 113 balls.
In reply to Uttar Pradesh' first-innings total of 227, Haryana had made 276.
The hosts produced a better batting display in the second innings but there was not enough time to force an outright result.
Uttar Pradesh: 227 and 348 (Eklavya Dwivedi 121, Parvinder Singh 64; Harshal Patel 4/100)
Haryana: 276 and 106 for three in 43 overs (Nitin Saini 68).