Kidderminster Harriers 3-1 Wrexham
Joe Lolley's two goals against 10-man Wrexham propelled Kidderminster up to second in the Conference Premier.
Lolley opened the scoring with a curling left-foot shot, before his powerful shot was deflected in.
Adrian Cieslewicz's goal for Wrexham was only given after long discussions between the match officials as the ball had gone through a hole in the net.
Chey Dunkley's header made it 3-1 to Kiddy before Wrexham's Andy Bishop was sent off for a foul on Kyle Storer.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Wrexham player-manager Andy Morrell told BBC Radio Wales:
"I thought it was a great game, a good advert for our league. The whole day spoilt by what's happened on and around it.
"They [the two penalty appeals] are the things that are just going against us at the minute and it's just ridiculous, because you just ask pretty much for a fair playing field and somebody decent to officiate it. I thought she [referee Amy Fearn] got a fair few decisions wrong.
"We all saw it [Cieslewicz's goal], their manager [Steve Burr] knew it was a goal but the ref's not given it, so from the reaction of the players she's got to use everybody that she possibly can to get the decision right.
"We're shouting her over to the fourth official and it's taking her ages to come across. We get the right decision in the end so it's alright, but at one point she's run off to the other corner and looking like it was a goal kick.
"The decision was right, but obviously the linesman should check the net before the game. They always run over and look like they're doing something, so I don't know exactly what they do do."