Java reflection and dynamic class loading (DCL) are effective features for enhancing the functionalities of Android apps. However, these features can be abused by sophisticated malware to bypass detection schemes. Advanced malware can utilize reflection and DCL in conjunction with Android Inter-App Communication (IAC) to launch collusion attacks using two or more apps. Such dynamically revealed malicious behaviors enable a new type of stealthy, collusive attacks, bypassing all existing detection mechanisms. In this paper, we present DINA, a novel hybrid analysis approach for identifying malicious IAC behaviors concealed within dynamically loaded code through reflective/DCL calls. DINA continuously appends reflection and DCL invocations to control-flow graphs; it then performs incremental dynamic analysis on such augmented graphs to detect the misuse of reflection and DCL that may lead to malicious, yet concealed, IAC activities. Our extensive evaluation on 3,000 real-world Android apps and 14,000 malicious apps corroborates the prevalent usage of reflection and DCL, and reveals previously unknown and potentially harmful, hidden IAC behaviors in real-world apps.