Kestenbaum scored Hendon's first - a great counter-attack that saw Josh Harris flick the ball over his shoulder past two defenders, slipped in Zac Lewis who first time outside of his boot played in Kestenbaum who scored ini the far right corner with his left foot.
Hendon scored again when a great crossfield right to left pass from Dudi Edreyi found Lewis who went in one-on-one and finished the ball throgh the goalkeepers legs.
Lions pulled one back via Josh Shack but Hendon restored their two-goal lead when great work from Kestenbaum on the left-hand side of the box and saw him dink a great cross for the onrushing Korman who arrived perfectly and headed the balm down past the goalkeeper.
The Lions battled throughout and strike from Josh Weiner and another from Shack earned them a point.
Hendon player-manager Greg Corin told JC Sport: "It was a great advert for Sunday league this morning - attacking football and a number of decent players on show. Being 3-1 ahead and drawing the game was hugely disappointing but we need to take stock of the result and the team we had to put together at the last minute."
"A couple of players hadn’t played football for a few years but we drafted them in and they showed their class.
"We go into the new year unbeaten in the league but would have liked maximum points as there are a number of decent teams still to play twice.
"A note on Lions, a strong opponent who have done well to keep their good older players and draft in some impressive young talent. I’m sure they will test a number of teams this season if they can keep their players do and available."