Wrexham's experienced old heads proved too much for Harriers who were unable to overturn the deficit from the first leg of the play-off and face another year in the Conference.
Harriers will have to win in front of a sold out Aggborough tomorrow lunchtime if they are to extend their season by one more game.
A late penalty gave Wrexham victory, and the early advantage, in the Conference Play-Off Semi-Final first Leg at The Racecourse.
Harriers head into the unknown this evening when they travel to Wrexham for the first leag of the Conference promotion play-off semi-final.
Despite a convincing win that condemned Stockport to relegation Harriers had to settle for finishing second in the Conference as Mansfield got the result that they needed.
After nine months and 45 league games it all comes down to this, one game to define a season.
Harriers grabbed an excellent victory at Wrexham to return to the top of the table and ensure that the title race will be decided on the final day of the season.
Harriers need to win at The Racecourse this evening to ensure that the destination of the Conference title isn't decided today.
Harriers recorded a ninth consecutive home win to keep hold of their narrow lead at the top of the Conference.
Harriers need to win against Lincoln at Aggborough thi afternoon to make the most of Mansfield's slip-up at Wrexham on Thursday and maintain their position at the top of the table.
Harriers' first-ever win over Luton Town clinched them a place in the end-of-season play-offs at the very least.
Harriers will need to record their first-ever victory over Luton tomorrow in order to ensure that they maintain their place at the top of the league.
Lacklustre Harriers had to come from behind against Braintree to take the points and maintain their lead at the top of the Conference.
Harriers face a must-win game this afternoon when Braintree Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Leading scorer Anthony Malbon has pledged his immediate future to the club by signing a new two-year contract.
Harriers were held to a draw for the first time since November, dropping two points and allowing mansfield to close the gap at the top of the table.
Harriers entertain a Woking side knocking on the door of the Conference top ten this evening looking to cement their place at the top of the league.
Harriers overcame difficult conditions and a stubborn Southport side to extend their lead at the top of the Conference.
New league leaders Harriers need to win in front of the TV cameras at Southport tomorrow to keep the pressure up on the chasing teams.
A backs-to-the-wall defensive performance and a smash-and-grab late winner sent Harriers to the top of the Conference.
Harriers face a massive game again this evening when they travel to face promotion rivals Newport county.
Harriers came from behind to record their sixth home win in a row.
Harriers are back at Aggborough this afternoon after two game on the road with a local-ish derby against Tamworth.
Harriers bounced back from midweek defeat in fine style to beat promotion rivals Grimsby on their own patch.
Harriers face the biggest game of the season so far as they look to bounce back from midweek defeat.
Harriers lost for the first time in seven games at fogbound Bootham Crescent.
This evening Harriers face another team that is fairly low in the league table when they play Gateshead at York's Bootham Crescent.
Cambridge United striker Michael Gash has joined Harriers on loan for the rest of the season with a view to a permanent move.
Harriers moved level on points with leaders Wrexham following their 16th win in 18 games.
This afternoon Harriers go in search of a seventh consecutive victory to ensure that no 'curse' strikes.
In-form Anthony Malbon was on hand again to fire in Harriers' winner as they ground out another hard-fought victory.
With a favourable set of results Harriers could hit the top of the Conference this evening after visiting Liberty Way to take on Nuneaton Town.
A 14th win in 16 games moved Harriers up to second place in the Conference, within two points of leaders Wrexham.
With both teams above them engaged in FA Trophy action, Harriers could move into second place with victory this afternoon.
Anthony Malbon's fourth goal in three games gave Harriers their first league win at Forest Green and moved them up to third place in the league.
Harriers make the relatively short trip to Nailsworth this evening for one of the biggest games of the season so far.
Harriers' biggest away win of the season saw them stretch their run of good form to 12 wins in 14 games and maintain their position in the play-offs
Harriers look to regain the fourth spot in the league that they lost as a result of their midweek postponement.
Harriers have strengthened the squad further with the addition of Greg Pearson and Martin Devaney.
Tomorrow's trip to Gateshead has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch at The International Stadium.
Harriers completed their second double of the season with a 3-2 win over Cambridge that was more comfortable than the scoreline suggests.
Big games keep coming for Harriers who entertain Cambridge United at Aggborough this afternoon.
Two late goals helped Redditch come from behind to dump Harriers out of the Worcestershire Senior Cup at Aggborough.
Today's big game at Newport has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
Harriers have taken another attacking player on loan, Nathaniel Jarvis arrives from Championship side Cardiff City.
Steve Burr has made his first move on Transfer Deadline Day by bringing in striker Amari Morgan-Smith on loan from Macclesfield.
Harriers have confirmed that for next season they will have a tennant at Aggborough with their Conference North neighbours moving in.
Marvin Johnson's first half strike was enough to win the game for Harriers in difficult conditions, condemning United to a 16th game without a win.
Harriers return to action this evening after a ten-day layoff with the visit of local rivals Telford to Aggborough.
Harriers have moved to strengthen the midfield options with the capture of Danny Jackman from Gillingham.
Harriers' game with Woking this afternoon has been postponed because of a frozen pitch.
Harriers have rewarded Nathan Blissett for his early performances for the club with an improved contract.
A disappointing, lacklustre, performance from Harriers saw them defeated by ten-man Macclesfield at Moss Rose.
Weather permitting Harriers head north to Macclesfield for another tough encounter.
Harriers gave a solid defensive performance to record their ninth win in ten Conference games despite having Sean Clancy sent off.
Harriers begin life without Jamille Matt with a tricky trip to Field Mill to face Mansfield Town tomorrow.
Harriers striker Jamille Matt is to leave the club, joining League Two side Fleetwood Town.
A goal in each half helped Harriers overcome the stubborn resistance of bottom club Barrow at Agborough.
Harriers will look to start on their next unbeaten run this afternoon with the visit of bottom club Barrow to Aggborough.
Hereford grabbed the only goal of the game to end Harriers' run of seven consecutive conference victories.
Harriers kick off the New Year this afternoon with a chance to record a quick double over local rivals Hereford.
A pitch inspection at The New Lawn has deemed that the surface is too waterlogged for the game to take place.
Harriers perform in front of the television cameras this evening as they go in search of their 8th consecutive Conference victory at Forest Green.
Jamille Matt's seventh goal of the season gave Harriers their seventh Conference win in-a-row and lifted them into the play-off places for the first time.
Harriers make the moderately short journey to Hereford tomorrow for the first local derby of the season.
Former Stourbridge defender Sam Smith has joined the club to add some extra defensive cover.
Harriers recorded their biggest victory of the season in the only Conference game of the day to survive the weather.
Harriers return to league action this afternoon looking to bounce back from last week's FA Trophy exit.
Former Fleetwood Town winger Sean Clancy has joined Harriers on non-contract terms.
In a tale of two penalties Harriers slipped up on the banana skin over Conference South side Bromley.
In-form Harriers take a break from league action to hit the 'Road-to-Wembley'™ making a first ever visit to Bromley.
In form Harriers face another big test this afternoon with the visit of league leaders Newport County to Aggborough.
Ryan Rowe came off the bench to score again, grabbing Harriers' last minute winner at The Lamb.
Harriers can break into the top ten in the Conference if they can overcome Tamworth at The Lamb.
Harriers face a big test this afternoon when they entertain high-flying Wrexham in a game between two of the Conference's form teams.
The draw for the Second Round of the FA Trophy has handed Harriers another away game.
Harriers set out on the road to Wembley this afternoon, starting their FA Trophy campaign at Conference rivals Alfreton Town.
Harriers gave their best performance of the season by some distance to record victory in the local derby at Telford.
Jamille Matt returns to the squad for this afternoon's local derby trip to Telford.
Jamille Matt has finally been given the OK to remain in the country and resume his Harriers career.
The draw for the First Round of the FA Trophy has handed Harriers a trip to Conference rivals Alfreton.
Josh Gowling's first goal for Harriers gave them the win and kept them moving up the table.
Harriers face a must-win game this afternoon when bottom club Nuneaton are the visitors to Aggborough.
Lee Vaughan's miss from the penalty spot was to ultimately prove costly for Harriers who were held to a draw at Woking.
Harriers return to league action this evening with a trip to Kingfield to take on Woking.
Harriers' run in this season's FA Cup was ended at Aggborough after a valiant fight by League One Oldham Athletic.
Harriers face their biggest game of the season so far this afternoon when League One side Oldham Athletic visit Aggborough.
Harriers make a brief return to Conference action this afternoon with the visit of Gateshead to Aggborough.
In the First Round Proper of the FA Cup Harriers will be at home to League One Side Oldham Athletic.
An early goal blitz gave Harriers a cushion to see them through to the first round of the FA Cup for the first time since 2008-09.
Harriers take a break from league action and start out on the 'Road To Wembley'™ with an FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round tie at Grimsby.
Harriers' nine-game unbeaten run was brought to an end by the only goal of the game at Edgeley Park.
Harriers head to Stockport this afternoon looking to stretch their unbeaten run to ten games.
Harriers continued their improvement with a third win in four games, extending their unbeaten run to nine.
Hyde make their first-ever Conference visit to Aggborough this evening with Harriers looking to stretch their unbeaten run to nine games.
The draw for the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round has handed Harriers a tough trip to Conference rivals Grimsby Town.
After five wins in a row and t hen five draws Harriers were denied in their attempt to record five wins in a row.
Harriers head south to Northfleet to take on Ebbsfleet looking to stretch their unbeaten run to eight games.
Harriers brushed aside the challenge of Macclesfield to record their second successive win and move out of the relegation zone.
Steve Burr goes up against one of his former clubs this afternoon as Harriers entertain Macclesfield Town at Aggborough.
A hat-trick from substitute Ryan Rowe helped Harriers come from behind against 10-man Cambridge to record their first win of the season.
Harriers make their eleventh attempt at a season's first win this evening when they visit Abbey Stadium to face Cambridge United.
After losing five games in a row Harriers have now drawn a club record five games on the bounce.
Harriers head north to face Alfreton Town this afternoon still in search of their first win of the season.
Harriers make a ninth attempt of the season to record their first win of the campaign this afternoon when Grimsby Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Anthony Malbon's first goal of the season two minutes from the end of the game earned Harriers their third draw in a row.
After picking up their first points of the season with consecutive draws away from home Harriers return to Aggborough this afternoon searching for their first home points.
Mickey Demetriou's late strike got Harriers out of jail and lifted them off the bottom of the league.
Harriers head to Essex this evening looking to extend their unbeaten run to two games.
Harriers came within a quarter of an hour of getting their first victory of the season but in the end had to settle for just one point.
Harriers have added some more experience to the squad with two transfer deadline day signings.
For the second weekend in a row Harriers face a bottom-of-the-table clash against the directly above them in the table.
After just three games in a Harriers shirt skipper Exodus Geohaghon has moved to Conference rivals Mansfield Town.
Goal-shy Harriers have brought in striker Richard Peniket on loan from Fulham to boost their attacking options.
Harriers dreadful start to the season continued with their fifth defeat in a row, going down to the only goal of the game against Forest Green.
Steve Burr is set to ring the changes this afternoon in an attempt to get Harriers' season up and running when Forest Green come to Aggborough.
Yet another poor performance from Harriers saw them slump to their fourth defeat of the season, leaving them as the only team without a point so far.
Harriers face a bottom-of-the-table clash tomorrow as they travel to newly-promoted Dartford for a battle of teams without points.
On the plus side Harriers scored. Twice. They even led. Twice. Ultimately, though, they were beaten again and fell to the bottom of the league without a point to their name.
Harriers face an early season bottom-of-the-table clash this afternoon when Mansfield Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
For the second game in a row Harriers slumped to defeat and failed to score.
Harriers play their first home game of the season this evening looking to bounce back from their Opening Day disappointment with a tough test against Luton Town.
Harriers' Conference season got off to a disappointing start with defeat at Sincil Bank against Lincoln.
The Conference season begins tomorrow with Harriers making a rare trip on Opening Day.
Harriers' pre-season campaign came to an end with a team featuring a number of youth players and trialists falling to defeat at Leamington.
A disappointing performance from Harriers saw them slip to defeat against Stourbridge who were able to retain the Worcestershire Senior Cup.
Goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan has been added to the squad as back-up to Danny Lewis.
Harriers threw away a two-goal lead to taste defeat for just the second time of the summer.
Harriers recorded their sixth victory of pre-season thanks to Danny Pilkington's late free-kick.
Harriers' successful pre-season campaign continues with another comfortable victory.
A third consecutive victory was the outcome for Harriers after comfortable workout against Evo-Stick League side Stafford at Marston Road.
In a surprise move Harriers have re-signed former captain Keith Briggs following his release by Fleetwood Town.
A last minute goal from Ryan Simmonds gave Harriers' team of trialists and youngsters victory at Stourport.
Harriers recorded their second win of pre-season with a comfortable victory over AFC Wulfrunians.
Harriers got their pre-season programme under way with two games in one day that saw a win and a defeat.
The Harriers have issued a statement in reaction to the news that Jamille Matt is on trial at Sheffield United.
Steve Burr continues to strengthen his defence with the addition of former Burton Albion man Ryan Austin.
Harriers have pulled off something of a transfer coup by picking up experienced defender Exodus Geohaghon.
Harriers will start their Conference campaign away from home for a change, visiting Lincoln City on August 11.
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