Harriers Held In Six-Goal Thriller: Harriers 3-3 Luton Town
Harriers had to twice come from behind in the last five minutes of the game agaisnt play-off rivals Luton to extend their unbeaten run to 13 games.
Unfortunately, Fleetwood's victory over Tamworth enabled them to jump over Harriers into the last play-off spot on goal difference. Harriers do have a game in hand, however, and have to entertain Fleetwood before the end of the season which could turn out to be a massive fixture.
The teams cancelled each other out in the early stages, giving little indication of the drama that was to unfold later in the game. Harriers led at the interval, Chris McPhee scoring from the penalty spot after 25 minutes to record his 17th goal of the season.
After the break Luton came back into the game, Robbie Willmott levelling the scores after 56 minutes with a 30-yard free-kick. Claude Gnapka fired The Hatters ahead on 79 minutes with a well taken shot from a narrow angle. Five minutes from the end Lee Morris headed in Harriers' equaliser but with seconds remaining Jason Walker lashed in what appeared to be the winner for the visitors. Harriers' never-say-die attitude came to the fore again two minutes into stoppage time as Mike Williams popped up in the penalty area to drill in another equaliser, his first goal in a Harriers shirt.