Sheffield Wednesday remain in the play-off places, level on points with Bluebirds, and just a point ahead of Birmingham and Ipswich – who both have a game in hand.
Meanwhile, a win for ex Sheffield United manager Neil Warnock with his new club saw Rotherham register their first consecutive victories since December but they remain three points adrift of safety.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal: “It was frustrating we didn’t score of course. We expected to win the game, we prepared for the game to win and it’s a game that was a little strange for us.
“For the goal we had ruled out in the first half, to me it is not offside. There was one defender in line with him (Michael Turner) and that is why the referee gave it as a goal and the assistants didn’t give offside at first.
“But I don’t want to talk too much about referees. I love football and I just want to talk about football.”
Rotherham manager Neil Warnock: “You don’t overcome your rivals every week, so it is special, because they aren’t a bad side. That makes it better for me.
“I thought we got it spot on tactically today, too. Other than the one they hit the bar with, I can’t remember anything too clear-cut for Camp to deal with.
“I thought we restricted their play and it will probably be their most difficult game for the rest of the season.