Ross Gray's first-half goal gave Berwick Rangers a Third Division win at East Stirlingshire.
The home side had started brightly, with Michael Herd firing a shot straight at Ian McCaldon and Kevin Turner volleying wide from close range.
But it was the visitors who opened the scoring in the 21st minute when Lee Currie's near-post corner was converted from six yards by Gray.
Shire goalkeeper Grant Hay had to be at his best to keep out a Currie free-kick, while at the other end Turner came close again.
The home side enjoyed the better of the second-half chances, with McCaldon denying Nathan Shepherd and Jordan Holt heading wide.
But the closest they came to a leveller was in stoppage time as the lively Turner saw a 12-yard strike come back off a post.
East Stirlingshire: Hay, Jackson, Miller, Holt, Shepherd, McKernon, Begg (Hunter 82), Turner, Greenhill, Herd (Maxwell 79), Quinn.Subs Not Used: Gordon, Hume, Gillespie.
Booked: Holt, Begg, Shepherd.
Berwick Rangers: McCaldon, Jacobs, Brydon, Townsley, Hoskins, Notman, Currie, McDonald, Gray, Lavery, Ferguson (Gielty 63). Subs Not Used: Bejaoui, McLean, Janczyk, Noble.
Sent Off: Notman (61).
Booked: Hoskins, Notman.
Goals: Gray 22.
Referee: Gavin Duncan