By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Any nerves the Red Devils may have retained before the game were gone within minutes when Czech Republic international Vratislav Lokvenc opened the scoring.
Another Czech international, this time Jan Koller, ensured the spoils would be shared when he netted an equaliser after 71 minutes.
Frankfurt put the pressure on Kaiserslautern when they took the lead after 26 minutes from Ioannis Amanatidis.
However, Mehdi Mahdavikia levelled within a minute with Sergei Barbarez's second half effort condemning the visitors to their 20th defeat of the campaign.
Bayern Munich ensured they finished second in the table thanks to their 2-0 home win over Freiburg.
Sebastian Deisler put a miserable season behind him by opening the scoring after 18 minutes, with Bixente Lizarazu, in his last game for the club, scoring from the penalty spot on 73 minutes.
On an emotional day for the Bavarian giants, coach Ottmar Hitzfeld ended his tenure in charge of the side on a winning note.
Champions Werder Bremen ended their successful season on a sour note following a 3-1 away defeat to Hansa Rostock.
Rade Prica put the home side in front on the half hour mark before Mladen Krstajic drew the visitors level just minutes later.
Krstajic went from hero to villain when he scored an own goal just after the break with Marcus Lantz settling the tie from the penalty spot.
Bayer Leverkusen leapfrogged Stuttgart in the table following a 2-0 victory over the early pacesetters.
Dimitar Berbatov broke the deadlock after 63 minutes with German international Bernd Schneider settling the tie with just five minutes remaining.
Bochum finished sixth in Die Bundesliga following a 3-1 triumph over Hannover.
The teams went in level at the break after Thomas Christiansen equalised Peter Madsen's 26th minute opener.
Bochum took control late on when German international Paul Freier netted before Frank Fahrenhorst clinched the tie with a late third.
Wolfsburg and Schalke took a point apiece from their clash at VW-Arena with Mail Franz's own goal after 20 minutes levelling Miroslav Karhan's goal for the home side.
Hertha Berlin ended a disappointing season with a win following their 3-1 success over bottom club Cologne.
After a goalless first period Marcelinho broke the deadlock from the penalty spot before Euro 2004 hopeful Lukas Podolski brought the visitors level.
German international Fredi Bobic restored Hertha's lead before Nando Rafael clinched the win with a third.
Borussia Monchengladbach survived the late dismissal of Enrico Gaede to win 2-1 over relegated 1860 Munich.
The visitors actually took the lead through Torben Hoffmann from the penalty spot on 21 minutes, although Vaclav Sverkos replied almost immediately.
Igor Demo put the home side ahead shortly after, however they had to overcome the sending off of Gaede for his second yellow card late on to seal the points.
Click below for match summaries:
Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Stuttgart
Bayern Munich 2-0 Freiburg
Borussia Monchengladbach 3-1 1860 Munich
Kaiserslautern 1-1 Borussia Dortmund
Hamburg 2-1 Eintracht Frankfurt
Hansa Rostock 3-1 Werder Bremen
Hertha Berlin 3-1 Cologne
Bochum 3-1 Hannover
Wolfsburg 1-1 Schalke
Click here for the final Bundesliga table.