Kidderminster Harriers celebrated their 125th anniversary by beating Alfreton.
Ex-Harriers striker Drewe Broughton put Alfreton ahead from the penalty spot with his first goal for the club after Luke Jones brought down Anton Brown.
Marc Williams levelled, converting Jones' ball from close range and Steve Guinan made it 2-1 by touching in Lee Vaughan's cross from two yards.
James Vincent struck a late third from the edge of the area before Alfreton's Leigh Franks was sent off.
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Kidderminster manager Steve Burr told BBC Hereford & Worcester:
"Our movement wasn't good but Alfreton have come here to do a job on us and throw us off our track, which they succeeded in doing in the first half.
"Thankfully in the second half our movement was a lot better and we managed to get on the ball a little bit more.
"I thought Vaughanie's ball in for our second goal was a quality ball in and Steve finished it off very well while it was nice to see Marcin amongst the goals."