Brad's sweet strike earned the visitors a late point at East End Park.
Raith secured a late point in the fife derby on Tuesday night after coming from behind after Dom Thomas opened the scoring for the hosts.
However, with only a few minutes left in the second half Brad's sweet strike found the back of the net and rescued a point on the road for John McGlynn's men.
Speaking after the game Brad said: "It's a point that we deserved, I don't think we were at our best but it's a derby game and form can go out the window in these games so it's a good point.
"We showed good character to get back into the game and I thought we actually played some good stuff when they went one up but in the end it's a good point to take up the road.
"I'm loving playing every week, I think today it could've been a better game as I think it became a bit scrappy but you get games like that in the championship where you just need to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in."
Raith are now unbeaten in their last five against the Pars and sit fourth in the league just four points off joint leaders Kilmarnock and Inverness CT.
Next up for Raith is a home tie against Ayr United on Saturday - Kick off 3pm.