Kidderminster Harriers 2-0 Cambridge United
Kidderminster Harriers hit two second-half goals to end Cambridge United's automatic promotion hopes and kept their own play-off bid afloat.
Amari'i Bell's first goal for Harriers and Michael Gash's 25-yard screamer ensured that Luton Town will take this year's Conference Premier title.
Young Birmingham City loan man Bell's 15-yard left-foot snapshot ricocheted in to earn Harriers a 67th-minute lead.
Gash then powered home a stunning right-foot volley 10 minutes later.
It also extended the Harriers' run of just one defeat in 10 games since Gary Whild took charge in early March, following Andy Thorn's sacking after the 5-1 defeat at Cambridge.
Whild's men are now five points adrift of the play-offs with just three games left.
Richard Money's Cambridge, who ended run of four straight wins, had only one worthwhile effort - a Tom Champion shot early in the second half which brought a flying save from keeper Danny Lewis.
Harriers coach Tim Flowers told BBC Hereford & Worcester:
"The lads were terrific and acquitted themselves really well. Nathan Blissett and Michael Gash were outstanding. I thought the two of them were a menace.
"The three points are massive. Cambridge are the form team in the division and they've been on fire.
"We're very much under the radar. We go to Hyde before having Nuneaton here in a derby. And they are two absolutely critical games.
"If we could go to Halifax on the last day with something to play for and a chance of getting into the shake-up then that's our aim."
- 6DunkleyBooked at 68mins
- 13BlissettSubstituted forVaughanat 75'minutes
- 9GashSubstituted forWrightat 90+4'minutes
- 18GittingsSubstituted forVermaat 83'minutes
- 8ChampionSubstituted forBerryat 60'minutes
- 17L Hughes
- 39Barnes-HomerSubstituted forPughat 64'minutes
- 19Sam-YorkeSubstituted forDunkat 46'minutes
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