Harriers yesterday made their first moves of the summer in the transfer market, bringing in three new(ish) faces to strengthen the squad.
Harriers' physio Ian Foster is to leave the club to take up the physiotherapist's role at Jeff Kenna's Galway United.
Harriers' season ended with a whimper as they gave a disappointing performance to lose the final game 3-0 at Woking.
The season comes to an end this afternoon when Harriers travel to Kingfield to take on Woking knowing that victory could lift them as high as eighth place in the table.
Play-off hopefuls Burton were left reeling by a sparkling display from Harriers that left them reeling to their heaviest defeat of the season.
Harriers entertain Burton Albion this evening in their final home game of the season looking to go out on a high and delay The Brewers confirmation of a play-off spot.
Jeff Kenna has today left the club to take over as manager of Eircom League side Galway United in the Republic of Ireland.
Despite taking the lead Harriers' unbeaten run was brought to an end by relegation threatened Weymouth.
The end of the season draws ever closer as Harriers make their penultimate away trip of the season when they visit Weymouth tomorrow.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to seven games with a hard-fought draw against a Histon side who still had hopes of making the play-offs.
Harriers play their final Saturday home game of the season this afternoon entertaining Histon who make their first ever visit to Aggborough.
Records tumbled as Harriers dealt out another thrashing, this time on hapless Halifax, recording their seventh win in ten games.
Harriers are back on the road again this evening with a trip north to relegation-threatened Halifax Town.
Harriers' four-game winning streak was brought to an end by a lacklustre performance against lowly Altrincham at Aggborough.
In-form Harriers entertain lowly Altrincham tomorrow looking to extend their four-game winning streak and gain some revenge for defeat at Moss Lane earlier in the season.
Harriers guaranteed Conference football at Aggborough for next season with their fourth win in a row, leapfrogging over Ebbsfleet into tenth place in the league.
In form Harriers entertain FA Trophy finalists Ebbsfleet United this evening looking to maintain their recent impressive form.
Harriers' recent upturn in form continued with an excellent 3-0 victory at Cambridge, their third win in a week.
The Cambridge pitch has been passed fit to play, the game is on.
Harriers face what should be a tougher test than yesterday's game tomorrow when they visit high-flying Cambridge United providing that the Abbey Stadium pitch passes an 8:30am pitch inspection.
A four-goal blast in the first half saw Harriers blow away inept Crawley and record their first away win since November.
PIymouth Argyle defender Jake Moult has become Harriers' second loan signing of the day.
Harriers have completed the deadline-day loan signing of Cheltenham Town defender Michael Wylde.
Harriers' hectic week continues this evening with another long trip south, this time to Crawley Town for a rearranged Conference fixture.
Harriers finally recorded their first 'double' of the season after a goal in each half saw off Rushden and Diamonds at Aggborough.
Harriers face Rushden again this afternoon needing a win to bring their mini-revival back to life after two consecutive defeats.
One goal was enough to consign Harriers to another defeat, their sixth in a row away from Aggborough, and leave them languishing in 16th place in the league.
Harriers fave a long trip south tomorrow to face play-off chasing Exeter City at St James' Park.
Harriers' hopes of confirming their place as the top team in the county were dashed for another season after an extra-time defeat at Worcester.
Harriers' mini-revival was brought to an end at high-flying Stevenage who sneaked a narrow victory thanks to a big slice of luck.
Harriers travel to Stevenage this evening hoping that their recent up-turn in form will continue and that they can record a third consecutive victory, and second in front of the Setanta cameras.
Darryl Knights' second goal in as many games was enough to win the game for Harriers who recorded their second win in four days.
Harriers will be on a revenge mission tomorrow when Grays Athletic are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers' biggest win in over eleven years brought their winless streak to an end in spectacular fashion.
Harriers face a crucial game tonight in their quest to break their seven-game winless streak when lowly Stafford Rangers visit Aggborough.
Despite taking an early lead at The Recreation Ground Harriers slipped to defeat again and are now seven games without a win.
Harriers face another tough test tomorrow when they travel to leaders Aldershot looking to end their six-game winless streak.
Harriers' hopes of picking up some silverware this season were ended by old rivals Rushden at Aggborough.
Harriers entertain Rushden & Diamonds in the rearranged Setanta Shield Fifth Round tie this evening looking to end a five-game winless streak.
Iyseden Christie's sixth minute penalty miss and some sloppy defending saw Harriers throw away the lead and lose to in-form Salisbury.
Harriers return to action tomorrow after their enforced lay-off last weekend with the visit of Salisbury City who come to Aggboroough for the first time.
The cold weather has yet again thwarted Harriers, this evening's reserve team tie at Halesowen being called off shortly before kick-off.
A 'frozen pitch' caused the postponement of Harriers' trip to Crawley less than two hours before kick-off.
Harriers face another long trip south tomorrow when they head to Sussex to face stuttering Crawley Town.
Harriers slipped to defeat at high-flying Torquay, losing to the only goal of the game.
Harriers face a stern test tomorrow when they travel to high-flying Torquay United looking to avoid a repeat of the outcome of the previous meeting between the clubs.
Not content with causing the postponement of last night's game, the weather has caused the postponement of this evenings WBA Reserves game at Aggborough.
Torrential rain in Kidderminster today has caused this evening's Setanta Shield game with Rushden to be called off.
Harriers are in cup action tonight, facing Rushden & Diamonds at Aggborough in the Setanta Shield.
New look Harriers failed to break down lowly Northwich at Aggborough and stretched their winless streak to three games.
A new look Harriers will take to the field tomorrow when struggling Northwich Victoria visit Aggborough.
Yesterday's transfer deadline saw a flurry of movement with a number of players moving in both directions at Aggborough.
A first half avalanche of goals saw Harriers cruise comfortably into the semi-final of the Worcestershire Senior Cup.
Harriers crashed to defeat at bottom club Droylsden, ending The Bloods' run of seven straight losses and allowing them to move off the bottom of the table.
Harriers face another game that they ought to win tomorrow when they visit bottom club Droylsden for the first time.
Harriers have today made two moves in the transfer market, with on player coming in and one going out to and from Oxford United.
Harriers' dreams of a second consecutive trip to Wembley were brought to an end after failing to find the target once in a penalty shoot-out.
Harriers and Weymouth will make another attempt to get the FA Trophy 2nd Round Replay played at Aggborough tonight, with a trip to Ebbsfleet in the next round at stake for the winners
Russ Penn's goal five minutes into stoppage time got Harriers out of jail, winning the game against lowly Farsley Celtic.
Harriers return to Aggborough at last for their first home game since New Year's Day with Farsley Celtic making their first visit to Kidderminster.
The weather has put paid to tonight's FA Trophy with Weymouth, a waterlogged pitch causing it to be postponed.
Harriers and Weymouth must play each other again after playing out a dull, dour, goalless draw at the Wessex Stadium
Weather permitting Harriers make the trip south, taking a break from league action, to face Weymouth in the FA Trophy.
Harriers' unbeaten run came to an end in stromy conditions at Moss Lane as Altrincham secured their first home win since November.
Harriers will be back to full strength tonight when they visit lowly Altrincham for another Conference match.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to seven games with their third draw in four after an entertaining draw at Bootham Crescent.
Looking to extend their unbeaten run to seven games, Harriers will be down to the bare bones when they visit York City tomorrow.
It's a case of one in, one out at Aggborough as Mark Yates makes his first moves of the current transfer window.
A rare headed goal from Simon Russell was enough to take all three points for Harriers and record the first ever conference win over Forest Green at the tenth time of asking.
Harriers make a brief return to Aggborough tomorrow after four games away from home before setting off on a 3-game road trip.
Harriers had to be content with a share of the points after being unable to break down the defences of a disappointing Oxford side.
Harriers are still searching for their first league win against Forest Green after twice throwing away the lead at The New Lawn.
Harriers return to Conference action tomorrow with a tough trip to high-flying Forest Green.
Following Saturday's win at Hinckley United, Harriers have been drawn at home in the last sixteen of the Setanta Shield.
For the second time in a matter of days Harriers made progress in a cup competition thanks to a last minute goal.
Harriers are on the road again tomorrow, making their first competitive visit to Hinckley United for a Setanta Shield tie.
A terrific free-kick from substitute Jonny Harkness in stoppage time saved Harriers' blushes and sent them through to Round Two.
This afternoon's match at Guiseley was called off due to a frozen pitch barely an hour before the designated kick-off time.
Weather permitting Harriers begin their FA Trophy campaign with a trip to the wilds of Yorkshire to face Unibond League side Guiseley.
A controversial goal from Iyseden Christie was enough to end Cambridge's six-game winning streak and give Harriers a much-needed win.
Harriers return to league action tonight with another appearance in front of the Setanta cameras and the visit of high-flying Cambridge United.
Two goals in the last five minutes helped Dagenham to dump Harriers out of the FA Cup at Victoria Road.
Harriers face a tricky trip to Essex tomorrow to face last season's Conference champions Dagenham & redbridge in the Second Round of the FA Cup.
The draw for the FA Trophy First Round handed Harriers an away tie at Unibond League side Guiseley.
Scott Bevan and Simon Russell are set to return to the side tomorrow as Harriers face Oxford United at Aggborough.
Harriers' first appearance of the season in front of the live TV cameras ended in disappointment as they were denied all three points by a late Woking equaliser.
All eyes will be on Aggborough tomorrow lunchtime when the Setanta cameras make their first visit to Kidderminster as Harriers return to Conference action against Woking.
Today's draw for the Second Round of the FA Cup has handed Harriers another away tie, this tiem to East London to face Dagenham & Redbridge.
A professional performance from Harriers saw them negotiate the potentially tricky FA Cup tie at Ryman League Ware and get themselves into the Second Round.
Harriers face a potential banana skin tomorrow when the travel to Hertfordshire to take on Ware in the First Round of the FA Cup.
Despite playing 20 minutes with ten men, Harriers were able to end Burton's 14-game unbeaten run with a goal in each half.
Harriers return to league action tomorrow with a tough trip to The Pirelli Stadium to take on Burton Albion.
Last night's draw for the 1st Round of the FA Cup has handed Harriers an away tie at Ryman League side Ware.
Harriers came back from a goal down at the break to win 3-1 and seal their place in the First Round of the FA Cup.
Two Harriers players have been called up for international duty by England National Game coach Paul Fairclough.
Harriers take a break from League action tomorrow with the visit of Vauxhall Motors in the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup with £10000 at stake for the winners.
Goals from Gavin Hurren and Brian Smikle were enough to give Harriers victory over Bewdley in the friendly rearranged from July.
Another lacklustre performance from Harriers saw them fall to their fourth home defeat of the season against a Weymouth side that ended the game with ten men.
Harriers will be down to the bare bones for the visit of Weymouth tomorrow with just 17 players to pick from.
Today's draw for the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has handed Harriers a home tie against Vauxhall Motors.
Mark Creighton was sent-off as Harriers' four-game unbeaten run was brought to an end at Conference new-boys Histon.
Harriers make their first ever visit to Histon tomorrow looking to extend their unbeaten run to five games and move onto the fringes of the play-off race.
An own goal by Cortez Belle was enough for Harriers to take the points against ten-man Halifax.
Harriers entertain old foes Halifax town at Aggborough this evening looking to extend their unbetean run but also to get back on the winning trail.
A horrendous error by keeper Chris MacKenzie cost Harriers two points as they were held at Aggborough by Crawley Town
Harriers face the first of two home games tomorrow looking to get back on track after the hiccup at bottom club Northwich in midweek.
A disappointing second half performance from Harriers let the lead slip and allowed Northwich to gain just their second point of the season.
A win tonight for Harriers when they visit bottom club Northwich could lift them as high as sixth place in the Conference.
Harriers managed to shore up their defence and keep a clean sheet for the first time in four games, ending Salisbury's unbeaten home record at the same time.
Harriers make their first ever trip to Salisbury city tomorrow needing to tighten up their defence after conceding eleven goals in the last three games.
Another defensive horror show sent Harriers tumbling to defeat in front of the largest crowd of the season at Aggbrough.
Third-placed Torquay visit Aggborough tomorrow and will provide a stiff test of Harriers' improved home form.
Harriers have today moved to strengthen the goalkeeping position by signing Shrewsbury Town keeper Chris MacKenzie on loan for a month.
Harriers notched their third home win in a row, taking their goals tally to ten in that period, with a comfortable win over struggling Droylsden.
Droylsden visit Aggborough this evening for a game that has 0-0 written all over it.
Terrible defending was once again Harriers' downfall as they found themselves three down at the break before fighting back to loase 5-4.
Harriers make the long trip south to Gravesend tomorrow to take on the out-of-form and renamed Ebbsfleet United.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to four games with a comfortable win over struggling York.
Harriers face York City at Aggborough tomorrow with the visitors unusually struggling at the wrong end of the table.
Russ Penn's third goal in as many games was enough to grab a point for Harriers as they came from behind at Farsley.
Harriers make their first ever visit to Farsley Celtic this evening looking to extend their winning streak to three games.
Harriers emphatically dumped their home hoodoo with a first Aggborough win since March, despatching unbeaten Exeter 4-0.
Joint leaders Exeter will provide Harriers with another stiff test as they look to record their first home win since March.
Dean Bennett has returned to Aggborough on loan from Chester City to help bolster the midfield.
A second half diving header from Russ Penn was enough to win the game for Harriers at sunny Nene Park.
Harriers travel to Nene Par this afternoon to face Rushden hoping to kick-start their season.
Harriers are still searching for their first home points of the season after another disappointing performance saw them slump to defeat against Stevenage.
Harriers face a stiff test of their ability to bounce back tonight when Stevenage visit Aggborough for a rerun of May's FA Trophy Final.
Harriers gave a shambolic, incoherent, display at The Recreation Ground and were on the receiving end of their heaviest defeat since the season before last.
Mark Yates has an almost complete squad to choose from tomorrow as Harriers head to Essex looking to record their first ever win at Grays.
Justin Richards' first goals in a Harriers shirt helped them to their first win of the season in the local derby at Stafford.
Harriers take the short journey north to Stafford this evening with a quick opportunity to put right the disappointment of Saturday's defeat against Aldershot.
Harriers' season got off to a disappointing start as poor defending saw them beaten at home by Aldershot Town.
The curtain goes up on another season at Aggborough tomorrow when Aldershot Town are the visitors.
Harriers ended their pre-season programme with a win to maintain their unbeaten record thanks to Jeff Kenna's goal.
Young defender Jon Munday has become the nineteenth player in the Harriers squad after agreeing to a one-year contract this morning.
Harriers drew at home for the third time in three games as the spoils were shared with League One side Walsall.
Harriers were held to a draw at sunny Aggborough by Unibond League side FC United Of Manchester.
Newly signed Matthew Barnes-Homer was on the scoresheet for the first time as Harriers won a fiercely contested local derby at Telford.
Matthew Barnes-Homer today put pen to paper on a one-year contract after his performances in pre-season impressed manager Mark Yates.
Goals from Jonny Harkness and James Constable earned Harriers a draw with League One side Cheltenham Town in their first friendly for ten days.
Harriers have moved to re-arrange some of their pre-season games in light of the recent postponements due to bad weather.
The torrential rain that is falling on Kidderminster has put paid to tomorrow's game with FC United, the Aggborough pitch is already waterlogged.
Once again the weather has struck and forced the postponement of tonight's game at Bewdley.
This afternoon's friendly game at Bewdley Town has been called off as a result of the morning's rain.
Justin Richards grabbed the only goal of the game six minutes from time to give Harriers victory in their opening pre-season friendly at Rushall.
Harriers have revealed the shirt numbers that the squad will be wearing for the forthcoming season.
Former Walsall trainee, 21 year-old Dean Coleman has today joined the club as back-up to goalkeeper Scott Bevan.
Harriers will start the forthcoming Conference campaign on August 11 with a visit from Aldershot Town.
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