Worcester City came away from Colwyn Bay with all three points courtesy of a goal in each half and a solid defensive display.
Carl Heeley's side got off to a flying start when Neil Cartwright put them ahead with a ninth-minute free-kick.
Despite difficult playing conditions due to a heavy pitch, both sides played good football in an entertaining game.
Substitute Mike Symons made the points safe for City when he netted their second goal with a minute remaining.
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Worcester manager Carl Heeley told BBC Hereford & Worcester:
"We spoke after the Hinckley game and we said we have to take the initiative early on.
"We are a better side when we get ourselves in front and that happened today.
"Neil Cartwright took a free-kick into a decent area and it sailed into the top corner so that got us off to a flier."