Barnet maintained their position above the League Two relegation zone with a comfortable victory over AFC Wimbledon.
Ricky Holmes put the home side ahead from inside the area after good work from Izale McLeod.
Sam Deering doubled their lead after keeper Jack Turner could only parry a stinging shot from Holmes.
Late strikes from Ben May and Mark Hughes made it 4-0, leaving Barnet two points above Hereford going into the final game of the season.
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Barnet manager Martin Allen told BBC London 94.9:
"Yeah it was a good way, pleasing for all the supporters and for all the players after the not so good performance at South End on friday night.
"It was a great response and they have worked really hard in training all week.
"They have all played their part on and off the field, the team and the staff and then here all the supporters got behind us.
"Our players had to be on great from and we worked hard, we played some good football despite the pitch conditions.
"It was a well deserved win and nice to get three points."
AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown told BBC London 94.9:
"I've got a bad taste in my mouth (after) losing 4-0.
"My motivating factor was our fans coming in numbers, 1500, and they deserved a bit better, they deserved a little bit more fight.
"Initially, I thought we matched them all over the park but I can't really remember us getting many shots on target.
"I told my players to reflect upon the fact that it might be the last league game some of them will ever play and could they honestly say they gave everything you could."