Cory Hylton had given the lead on the stroke of half time, turning to quiet the Arnett Gardens faithful to Montego Bay United.
But this time referee Morrison obliged and with time Harris was fouled in the penalty area and the penalty was smoothly converted by Kemal Malcolm .
Before second-string Kashief Brown gained from some poor defending after goalkeeper Damian Hyatt neglected to gather cleanly an extended clearance from matching goalkeeper Jacomeno Barrett, Malcolm missed an excellent opportunity in the beginning of extra time.
Montego Bay United expect the winner of tonight’s second semifinal between Portmore United and Humble Lion. Humble Lion hold a 2-1 edge from the very first leg.
In front of a filled Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex, the home team, trailing 1-2 from the initial leg, began brilliantly, certainly appearing the more menacing of the teams and bossing possession.
From well in the box Harris fired on the bar in the ninth minute following the ball bowling pin-balled around in a melee. As Arnett Gardens understood they would need to score the primary goal of the match that has been a critical miss.
So extreme were Arnett Gardens’ constant assaults that after 20 minutes Montego Bay United hadn’t even ventured to their competitions penalty box that is ’. It required 40 minutes to the visitors as Owayne Gordon brought a fine save from Hyatt before they registered a shot on goal.
But Arnett Gardens never gave up and persevered, scoring twice in the past seven minutes, sending the match into extra time.