Harriers Still Climbing: Harriers 2-1 Eastbourne Borough
Harriers moved to within touching distance of the Play-Offs following their fifth consecutive home win.
Only goal difference now separates Harriers from the top five, their victory in an entertaining encounter stretching their unbeaten run to seven games.
Unchanged for the third game in a row Harriers got off to a great start when Lee Morris fired in his first goal at Aggborough after just eight minutes. Harriers created several good chances to build on their lead, playing some good football in the process but couldn't capitalise.
On-loan striker Marc Williams, playing his last game before returning to Wrexham, finally doubled Harriers' advantage on 66 minutes. The visitors reduced the arrears four minutes later, substitute Richard Pacquette heading in from close range, and pressed hard for an equaliser but Harriers held firm to take the points.