Accrington twice had to come from behind before grabbing a late winner against Aldershot.
The visitors took the lead when Danny Hylton struck from close range but Stanley quickly levelled through Sean Hessey's 25-yard free-kick.
Hylton struck again with a header from Alex Rodman's corner but Danny Coid scored his first goal for Stanley, drilling home from 12 yards.
Charlie Barnett grabbed the winner with a shot from just inside the area.
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Aldershot boss Dean Holdsworth told BBC Surrey:
"In the first half I thought we were in total control. The message was to be tight and be better than them. We weren't.
"They were better than us and scored two good goals. I really didn't see it coming. Right now, it's a bit of a shock.
"We defended as individuals rather than as a group of people, which is strange. The reality is we weren't good enough in the second half."