Worcester City recorded back-to-back victories with a 3-0 win over Boston United at St George's Lane.
Carl Heeley's side took the lead through Rob Elvins after nine minutes, doubling their advantage when Matt Burley scored on 31 minutes.
Boston looked to find their way back into the Blue Square Bet North contest.
But it was effectively ended as a contest when Tom Thorley's 55th minute penalty sealed victory for Carl Heeley's City.
After seeing off Blyth Spartans in front of their own fans 2-1 a week earlier, that lifts Heeley's side to within seven points of the Blue Square Bet play-off zone.
"Boston are a very good team and are on a good run," City assistant manager Matt Gardiner told BBC Hereford & Worcester. "But our work rate and ethic was very good."