Berwick remain on course for a play-off place after coming from behind to record a convincing home victory against fellow promotion chasers Queens Park.
The visitors went ahead after just four minutes when Alan Urquhart found the bottom corner from the edge of the area.
Ian Little's men made a swift response, however, and drew level six minutes later when Steven Notman forced home Lee Currie's centre.
The home side completed their turnaround three minutes later thanks to Darren Lavery's fine long-range strike.
Lavery was on hand to provide the assist for Currie soon after as the Black and Gold midfielder extended the hosts' lead with a well-taken right-footed finish.
Notman sealed the victory with his second goal of the afternoon in the 50th minute, nodding in from close range as Little's side moved to within four points of their opponents.
Berwick Rangers: McCallum, Jacobs, McLean, Townsley, Gielty, McLaren (Morris 80), Notman, Janczyk, Lee Currie, Easton (McDonald 74), Lavery (Dalziel 74).
Subs Not Used: McCaldon, Hoskins.
Goals: Notman 10, Lavery 13, Lee Currie 25, Notman 50.
Queen's Park: Parry, Spittal, Little, Bradley (Gibson 46), Robertson, McKenna (Burns 46), Keenan, Giuseppe Capuano, Urquhart (Connolly 70), Longworth, Quinn.
Subs Not Used: Lochhead, Shankland.
Booked: Quinn, Little.
Goals: Urquhart 4.
Ref: Mike Tumilty