Fraizer Campbell's second-half equaliser at Norwich ensured Hull maintain their push for the play-offs.
Norwich - who are now unbeaten in 13 league games - took the lead when Dion Dublin headed Darel Russell's cross beyond Boaz Myhill.
The visitors then levelled when Campbell got the better of Jason Shackell to finish with aplomb.
A Russell volley should have won it for Norwich but Myhill was alert to the danger as Hull battled for a draw.
Norwich boss Glenn Roeder on Dublin:
"It was typical Dion, to climb above the defender and head past the keeper. Apart from the goal, his all-round performance was tremendous.
"In injury-time he ran from one side of the pitch to the other, and that is not an easy thing to do when you are 38.
"He's such an example to the others. I hope the way he acts rubs off on them."
Hull boss Phil Brown:
"We could have won it but for their keeper making an amazing save but we also had a lot of defending to do in the last 15 minutes of the game.
"Fatigue played a part but the lads never stopped battling and I can't praise them highly enough for that.
"It's eight points from four games and that's the form you want at this stage. The challenge is to keep it going."
Norwich: Marshall, Bates (Otsemobor 58), Shackell, Doherty, Gibbs (Pattison 58), Croft (Huckerby 72), Fotheringham, Russell, Bertrand, Dublin, Evans.
Subs Not Used: Gilks, Pearce.
Goals: Dublin 19.
Hull: Myhill, Ricketts, Turner, Brown, Pedersen, France, Ashbee, Walton, Okocha (Featherstone 81), Barmby (Marney 73), Campbell.
Subs Not Used: Tyler, Doyle, Welsh.
Goals: Campbell 53.
Ref: Andy Hall (W Midlands).