Hyde's impressive home form continued as they beat Grimsby in the Blue Square Bet Premier.
The home side went 2-0 up thanks to Alex Brown's 12-yard strike and Ryan Crowther's finish following Scott Spencer's cross.
But Ross Hannah pulled one back with a shot from 12 yards, before heading in the equaliser shortly after the break.
Hyde, who have not lost at Ewen Fields since August, won it when Brown scored his second, firing in from 20 yards.
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Grimsby Town boss Rob Scott told BBC Radio Humberside:
"It's a game that we've let slip away from the start of the game. To go 1-0 down after three or four minutes and then to concede again, it was like Fred Karno's at the back.
"In the first half they were all over the place. I'm shouting from the sidelines to stay up from goal kicks, the one time we do it and we win a header on the halfway line, we go through and score.
"It seems at the moment that certain players want to do their own thing, they don't want to listen to instructions. If they continue to do that, they'll find themselves out the team."