Harriers Left To Concentrate On League: Wrexham 2-0 Harriers
A disappointing performance saw them slip meekly out of the FA Trophy at the first hurdle leaving them with no cup fixtures to clutter the rest of their season.
Harriers showed just one change from the team that had drawn with York City ten days earlier, Callum Gittings coming in for Matty Blair, but either the lay off between games or the off-field goings-on at the club seemed to have affected the team and they never got into their stride.
Two sloppy goals from a defensive point of view in a five minute spell on the half hour mark sealed Harriers' fate; first Jay Harris fired the home team ahead and then David Brown doubled the advantage. Harriers lost Jack Byrne to injury just before the break which didn't help their cause.
After the interval Harriers looked more promising going forward but didn't really trouble Chris Maxwell in the home goal. Chances fell to Mitchell McPike and Gittings that could have given the game a different complexion had they been taken, but in truth Harriers never looked like getting back into the game and Wrexham were ultimately deserved winners.