Kidderminster Harriers recorded a third straight home goalless draw since their return to the National League.
Following 0-0 draws against Woking and Bromley, Maidenhead were the latest visiting side to claim a point at goal-shy Aggborough.
Following a first half devoid of openings, Jack Lambert was the first to have a sight of goal midway through the second half but his effort was blocked and Caleb Richards steered a shot wide as the ball rebounded to him.
Maidenhead, who came into the game eighth with just one defeat from their opening five National League games, immediately responded but Casey Pettit fired over Lewis Kinsella's cross.
Nathaniel Knight-Percival headed wide from a corner for the hosts, before Lambert was played in on goal before being denied by Maidenhead goalkeeper Craig Ross.
Both sides drop two places, with Kidderminster now 18th and Maidenhead 10th.
Report supplied by PA Media.