Kent finally drew first blood six minutes after the restart when Bamebose darted into the area and finished calmly under Anderson.
Sussex were now faced with the tough task of finding a result from this game, with the home side’s goal undoubtedly deserved since taking control of the match towards the end of the first period.
Hall came agonisingly close to an equaliser in the 64th minute, with Sussex producing a lovely team move to release him inside the area, but his tame effort was well saved by the goalkeeper.
But the elusive goal did eventually come with 17 minutes to go, courtesy of substitute Lueteri, who rode a couple of challenges in the box before sliding the ball into the back of the net to provide Sussex with a lifeline.
Hall came closest to a winner in the final moments with a venomous snapshot that rippled the side netting, but neither side was able to snatch all three points before the final whistle.
Sussex manager Gary Mansell praised his side’s efforts after the match despite being denied victory for the first time in the competition this season.
“It was a tough test today, Kent were a very good side and to come here and play against them is hard for us,” he said.
“But I thought we showed some great determination. We were good today, we knew it was going to be a battle and we knew we would have to fight for a result.
“Having gone 1-0 down we showed good character to get back in the game and pull it back to 1-1, and we were maybe unlucky not to nick it at the end.”
(A selection of photographs can be found on Facebook - courtesy of Kyle Hemsley Photography)
Goals: 1-1; Shots: 6-8; Shots-on-Target: 4-6; Corners: 3-4; Offsides: 1-4; Fouls: 7-14; Yellows: 2-2; Reds: 0-0.
Kent: Hall, Lawrence, Hudson, Skeen, Peate (c), Potten, Archibald, Prior, Sitole, Wilkinson, Bamebose.
Subs: Wilson, Sikirwami, McIroy, Almassi.
Sussex: Anderson, Williams, Peacock, Ward, Carter (c), Andrews, Hall, Mitchell, Rogers, Beaconsfield, Clark.
Subs: Mthunzi, Nash, Lueteri, Powell.
Match report by Archie Griggs