GR gets right that spacetime is curved and dynamically responds to the energy-matter density.
QFT gets the particle spectrum and interactions right.
What it gets wrong is that in the usual development, it only works only over a fixed flat spacetime. There are versions of the theory that work over a fixed spacetime which is an improvement. But again, contra gravity, it is not dynamical. And in this, it is most likely wrong.
Another thing that it gets right and which it also inherits from gravity is that the classical description of the fields relies on a geometric formulation just as gravity does. This is the theory of fibre bundles. Here, the field strength is simply the curvature of the field potential.
It's worth noting that in Veltman's Diagramattica he writes out the full Lagrangian for the standard model and this takes around a hundred terms. It turns out that this, including neutrino mixing and the Higgs, can all be written as a spectral action in Connes non-commutative geometry of a spectral Lagrangian which is akin to that of gravity on a spacetime multiplied by a 'fat' point. This is a manifold which is classically 1d and non-classically (in fact, in K-theory) has dimension 6. This is a massive simplification and deserves to be known much more widely. Plus the fact it relies on a spectral action akin to the Hilbert-Einstein action of GR. It's also worth pointing out that the non-classical 6d of the fat point is exactly the size of the extra dimensions in string theory. Further, the geometrical model of Connes-Lott-Barrett-Chamesdine is very nice. It simply looks like a fattened up 4d spacetime where we have spacetime atoms - not points - on which a higher form of gravity is acting on.
In all this, we see another win for gravity