The squad continues to take shape with one new signing, one player leaving and one staying.
Former York winger Danny Pilkington has become Steve Burr's latest addition to the squad.
Last season's leading scorer Nick Wright has become the latest to move on, heading to Field Mill to sign for Mansfield Town.
Luke Jones will not be wearing the red of Harriers next season, he has joined Mansfield Town.
Steve Burr has made his first new signing of the summer by picking up highly-rated defender Cheyenne Dunkley from Hednesford Town.
Skipper Mike Williams has become the latest to commit himself to another year with the club.
James Vincent has signed a new contract that will keep him at Aggborough for another year.
Harriers winger Dave Hankin has left the club to head back north to join Chester.
Steve Burr has begun to shape his squad for next season.
Harriers go into the final league game of the season against Mansfield tomorrow knowing that nothing less than victory will do.
Harriers' hopes of making the play-offs suffered a setback as they were beaten by their main rival for the fourth and final spot.
Harriers face arguably their biggest and toughest game of the season tomorrow when they visit play-off rivals Luton Town but will be backed by their largest away following of the season with ten coachloads of fans making the trip south.
Harriers' biggest win of the season, and biggest since beating Halifax by the same score at The Shay in 2008, moved them up to fourth place in the league.
This afternoon's visit of already-relegated Kettering Town to Aggborough is the latest in a line of must-win games for Harriers.
Substitute Nick Wright scored three times after the 85th to overturn a two goal deficit and keep Harriers' play-off push on track.
Saturday's win at Southport will count for nothing if Harriers can't follow it up today with another when Newport are the visitors to Aggborough.
For the second game in-a-row Harriers came from behind to take victory with a decisive goal in stoppage time.
The big games continue to come thick and fast for Harriers as they travel to Haig Avenue to take on play-off rivals Southport.
A goal deep in stoppage time from Ryan Rowe gave Harriers victory over play-off rivals Grimsby Town at Blundell Park.
Harriers face a massive test tomorrow when they visit one of their main rivals in the chase for a place in the play-offs.
Harriers recorded their first home win in seven games after coming from behind to see off lowly Darlington, stretching their unbeaten run to three games.
Harriers welcome lowly Darlington to Aggborough this afternoon looking to build on the form of the last week and stretch their unbeaten run to three games.
Somehow Harriers failed to win at The Lamb despite dominating one of the most one-sided games of the season.
Harriers to The Lamb this evening to face Tamworth looking to build upon Saturday's excellent win at Braintree.
Harriers' trip to Essex resulted in their highest away score and equal best away win of the season.
Looking to end a run of three straight defeats Harriers travel to Cressing Road to face a Braintree side that has won its last three home games.
Sloppy defending cost Harriers dear again as they were beaten by lowly Telford at The New Buck's Head.
Needing to get their form back on track as quickly as possible Harriers face another tough trip tonight in a local derby at AFC Telford United.
Despite being the better team for an hour Harriers were beaten as Fleetwood showed why they are league leaders.
Harriers face the league leaders in front of the TV cameras this evening when Fleetwood Town come to Aggborough.
Harriers enjoyed the lion's share of the possession but were not at their best and were beaten by Barrow for the second time this season.
Harriers look to build upon last weekend's win at Bath when Barrow visit Aggborough this afternoon.
A goal in each half from Jack Byrne gave Harriers victory at bottom club Bath and kept them in the hunt for a place in the play-offs.
Harriers travel to bottom club Bath this afternoon looking to snap a five-game winless streak.
A monetary lapse in concentration let in Wrexham to score the only goal of the game, the visitors then defended resolutely to hold on to take the points.
Harriers face a huge test this evening when high-flying Wrexham are the visitors to Aggborough.
Another injury time goal got Harriers out of jail, Steve Guinan grabbing his tenth of the season to earn a point that had looked increasingly unlikely.
Harriers return to league action for the first time in three weeks with the visit of Lincoln City to Aggborough this afternoon.
Harriers have swooped to sign highly-rated Stourbridge striker Ryan Rowe for an undisclosed five-figure fee.
A fairly strong Harriers side needed extra-time to get past Evesham and reach the Worcestershire Senior Cup Final.
The freezing temperatures overnight have put paid to Harriers trip to Tamworth this afternoon.
Subject to a 10:45am pitch inspection Harriers travel to The Lamb this afternoon looking to snap a run of two consecutive defeats.
Harriers' FA Trophy run was ended by defensive mistakes and a slick performance by Luton at Aggborough.
Harriers face Luton Town at Aggborough this evening in the FA Trophy with a place in the Quarter Finals at stake.
The sub-zero temperatures over night have taken their toll on the Aggborough pitch and today's FA Trophy tie with Luton has been postponed.
Poor finishing cost Harriers dearly as they slumped to defeat at lowly Stockport County.
Harriers attempt to stretch their unbeaten run to four games at lowly Stockport provided that a 9:30 pitch inspection allows the game to go ahead.
Another late goal, this six minutes from the end, ensured Harriers came away with a point from a game that they didn't deserve to lose.
There's a huge match in prospect for Harriers this evening when play-off chasing rivals York City are the visitors to Aggborough.
Anthony Malbon came off the bench to score a 90th minute goal to help Harriers on the way to an eighth away win of the season.
Anthony Malbon goes straight into the squad for Harriers this afternoon when then return to league action at Alfreton.
Harriers have landed the signature of Newcastle Town's prolific striker Anthony Malbon.
The draw for the Third Round of the FA Trophy has handed Harriers another home tie, but they will have to wait to discover who they will face.
Harriers moved forward into the last 16 of the FA Trophy with an ultimately comfortable win over Droylsden.
Harriers take a break from league action this afternoon as they continue their quest to reach Wembley in the FA Trophy.
Hereford United midfielder James McQuilkin has arrived at Aggbrough on loan for a month.
Harriers' 11-game unbeaten run was brought to an end by play-off rivals GAteshead at the International Stadium.
Luke Medley and Jack Cresswell have been sent out on loan to get some first team games in.
Harriers can move up to third place in the conference with victory this evening when they visit Gateshead.
A goal down with eight minutes remaining Harriers came to life to turn the game around and walk away with a convincing winning scoreline.
Harriers have a chance to record their first double of the season this afternoon when lowly Hayes & Yeading are the visitors to Aggborough.
Former Tamworth midfielder Dan Bradley has joined Harriers for the rest of the season.
Jamille Matt headed in his 11th goal of the season in stoppage time to save a point for Harriers and stretch their unbeaten run to ten games.
Harriers go in search of their first league double of the season tomorrow when they kick off the New Year at Forest Green.
Jack Byrne's second half goal was enough to take the Boxing Day clash at Aggborough and stretch Harriers' unbeaten run to nine games.
Harriers will be hoping to have shaken off the turkey and Christmas pudding so that they can try to stretch their eight-game unbeaten run when Forest Green visit Aggborough this afternoon.
A great all-round performance from Harriers saw them see off in form York and move level on points with the final play-off place.
Harriers face a tough encounter this evening when they head north to face York City in front of the Premier TV Cameras.
A professional performance from Harriers ensured that they made progress in the FA Trophy earning a home tie with Droylsden in the next round.
A home tie with Droylsden is the prize for the victors in tonight's FA Trophy replay when Vauxhall Motors are the visitors to Aggborough.
The winners of tomorrow night's replay between Harriers and Vauxhall Motors will be at home in Round Two.
With more than a passing similarity to the previous FA Trophy meeting between the clubs the home team threw away a good lead with the game ending 4-4 and having to be replayed.
Harriers take a break from league action and start out on the road to Wembley this afternoon at Conference North side Vauxhall Motors.
With Tony Breeden cup-tied and Danny Lewis and Dean Lyness injured Harriers have moved to add another goalkeeper ahead of Saturday's FA Trophy tie at Vauxhall Motors.
Harriers finished as comfortable winners against bottom club Bath City despite not playing at their best and having to come from behind.
Harriers will be looking for three points to keep in touch with the leading pack when they entertain bottom-club Bath City tonight.
Dave Hankin scored his first goal for the club to give Harriers the lead but they had to come from behind to grab a share of the points at Ebbsfleet.
Harriers face a long trip south this evening looking to stretch their unbeaten league run to four games.
Harriers have been handed a trip to Conference North side Vauxhall Motors in the FA Trophy First Round.
Somehow Harriers and Cambridge managed to share a goalless draw despite creating a sackful of chances to win the game.
Harriers return to Aggborough after a three-week absence with a big game agaisnt in-form Cambridge United.
Two goals from Callum Gittings on his birthday helped Harriers brush aside the challenge of lowly Hayes & Yeading at Kingfield.
Harriers return to action after a two-week break tomorrow with a trip to Surrey take on Hayes & Yeading at Woking's Kingfield ground.
Harriers' FA Youth Cup run was brought to an end by Carlisle who scored the only goal of a game that Harriers should have got something out of.
Harriers have added some much-needed experience to the squad with the signing of former Aston Villa man Lee Hendrie.
Harriers missed the chance to go clear at the to of the Midland Floodlit Youth league after defeat by Bromsgrove Sporting at Walshes Meadow.
Harriers bounced back from their FA Cup disappointment with a professional performance to see off the challenge of Tamworth.
Harriers need to pick themselves up off the floor after their FA Cup embarrassment to face a tough Conference game against Tamworth.
A terrible performance from Harriers saw them crash out of the FA Cup at Corby.
Harriers and Corby have another attempt at progressing to the First Round Proper of the FA Cup tonight when they replay at Steel Park.
Should Harriers defeat Corby in their FA Cup replay on Wednesday they will visit Bristol Rovers in the First Round.
Harriers were held to a goalless draw at Aggborough by Conference North side Corby Town and now face a replay at Steel Park on Wednesday.
Harriers take a break from Conference action this afternoon with the visit of Corby Town to Aggborough in the FA Cup.
Defensive mistakes cost Harriers dearly as they crashed to defeat at Barrow yet again.
Provided that the world doesn't end today Harriers face another long trip north tomorrow, this time to visit in-form Barrow.
Defences went AWOL in a crazy game at Aggborough, Harriers twice coming from behind before beating Braintree by the odd goal in nine.
Harriers are back in action this evening looking to put Saturday's lacklustre performance behind them and improve their home form.
The draw for the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has handed Harriers a home tie with Corby Town.
A late goal sent Harriers to defeat in a very uninspiring game at Darlington.
Harriers make the long trek north tomorrow to face Darlington looking to continue their good form away from home.
Harriers had to settle for just one point after they were held to a draw by Telford after playing nearly the whole match with ten men.
Harriers face a new old foe this evening with a big local derby against newly-promoted AFC Telford United.
Harriers recorded their fifth win in seven games, beating Stourbridge 3-1, to go to the top of the Midland Floodlit Youth League.
A goal in each half from Robbie Willmott was enough to give Luton victory over Harriers at Aggborough.
The tough games come thick and fast for Harriers with Luton Town the next to visit Aggborough for tomorrow's Conference clash.
A gala dinner was held at Aggborough to officially launch the new restaurant facilities at the stadium.
Harriers have been dealt a blow with the news that goalkeeper Danny Lewis could miss the rest of the season.
Harriers moved into the Third Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup after a thrilling extra-time victory at Aggborough.
Jamille Matt's goal was enough to give Harriers their fifth win in seven games away from Aggborough.
Harriers travel to Nene Park tomorrow to take on a Kettering Town side that is in turmoil.
Anthony Elding's goal two minutes into stoppage time denied Harriers all three points from a game that the ended with ten men.
Harriers are back in action in front of the TV cameras tonight when Grimsby Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers' best performance of the season so far saw them bounce back from their midweek beating and brush aside the challenge of Mansfield.
New signing Tommy Wright is set to make his debut tomorrow as Harriers look to bounce back from their midweek beating at Fleetwood.
Steve Burr has added free-agent striker Tommy Wright to the squad on non-contract terms in time to cover for suspended Steve Guinan.
Poor defending and a lack of discipline cost Harriers dear as they crashed to defeat at Highbury against in-form Fleetwood.
Harriers are back in action on the road tonight with a tough trip north to face Fleetwood Town.
Despite the best efforts of the visitors to spoil Harriers' 125th Anniversary Party the home team came from behind to record a well-earned 3-1 victory.
It should be party time for Harriers this afternoon as the club celebrates its 125th anniversary with the visit of newly-promoted Alfreton Town.
A late, late, equaliser from Ebbsfleet pegged Harriers back, leaving them with two points dropped rather than one gained.
Harriers are back on home soil for two games starting this afternoon with the visit of newly-promoted Ebsfleet United
A goal in each half ended Harriers' 100% away record and maintained Wrexham's position at the top of the league.
Just seven games into the new season and Harriers face a massive game with the trip to league leaders Wrexham this afternoon.
Harriers recorded their second win of the season with a good performance at Damson Park.
Harriers moved up into third place in the Conference thanks to a hard-fought win at Newport who had two players sent off.
With one of their best starts to a season in years developing Harriers face a tough trip to South Wales to take on Newport County.
Harriers needed 79 minutes to break down the massed defences of Southport but eventually scored twice to record their first home win of the season.
Harriers will attempt to record a home win at the third time of asking this afternoon when Southport are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers' juniors were surprisingly beaten in their first home game of the season by Stratford Town in an entertaining game at Aggborough.
A late strike from Scott Phelan, his first in a Harriers shirt, saved a point for Harriers in their first-ever meeting with Stockport County.
Harriers are back in action at Aggborough this evening when Stockport County make their first-ever visit to Kidderminster.
Steve Guinan's first competitive goals in a Harriers shirt and a solid defensive performance gave Harriers their second away win of the week.
Harriers look to build on Tuesday's excellent win at Lincoln with another tough trip tomorrow to take on Cambridge United.
Callum Gittings' first half header at Sincil Bank was enough to give Harriers their first win of the season.
Harriers get a quick opportunity to get their season off and running and bounce back from Saturday's defeat with at trip to newly-relegated Lincoln.
Harriers' juniors began their season with a win, beating Bromsgrove Sporting by the only goal of the game at the Victoria Ground.
Harriers fought back from two goals down against Gateshead but were undone by a late goal to begin the season with a defeat.
The meaningless games are over and the real thing is here, the Conference season begins this afternoon when Gateshead are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers completed their pre-season campaign with a victory, their fifth in a row, at Southern League Rugby Town.
Harriers racked up their fourth win in a row thanks to a goal in each half at Conference North Hinckley.
A four-goal blast in 27 first half minutes powered Harriers past Wolves' young side at Aggborough.
A goal in each half gave Harriers victory in an entertaining pre-season game at Aggborough.
Harriers returned to winning ways in the summer sun as Steve Burr visited one of his former clubs.
A young Harriers side made up entirely of youth team players was brushed aside by Stourport at Walshes Meadow.
A Kemar Roofe hat-trick enabled West Brom's youngsters to win an entertaining game by the odd goal in five.
Zamaretto League Leamington ran out comfortable winners of Harriers' third pre-season game.
A young Harriers side featuring a number of trailists fell to defeat against Midland Alliance side Stratford Town.
Kyle Storer has joined Harriers, leaving Conference North side Nuneaton Town for an undisclosed fee.
Harriers opened up their summer programme with a victory over Zamaretto League side Bishop's Cleeve.
The fixtures for the coming season have been revealed and Harriers will begin their campaign at home to Gateshead.
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