HARRIERS boss John Eustace isn't getting carried away despite seeing his side secure a hard-earned National League North play-off spot.

Kidderminster wrapped up their place in the end-of-season shake-up with Monday's 4-1 success at Altrincham.

The Reds had taken an early lead thanks to a spectacular set-play from James McQuilkin before being pegged back by Altrincham’s Damian Reeves as he fired low and hard into the far bottom corner.

Starting the second half well, Joe Ironside put Harriers back in front before Andre Brown’s fine strike eased one or two nerves with barely a dozen minutes left to play, Manny Sonupe adding a late fourth.

However, Eustace's men still have plenty to play for with two games remaining this term.

One more win would guarantee them home advantage in the play-offs and leaders AFC Fylde are still not out of reach.

But the boss is determined to stick to his 'one game at a time' mantra despite their promotion quest remaining well on track.

He said: "Getting in the play-offs is a great achievement. The lads have been fantastic but there is still a lot of football still to be played and I'm only focused on the next game.

"I'm not thinking about the play-offs or anything other than our game against Gainsborough Trinity.

"They are a good, experienced side and are fighting for their lives. It will be a tough test for us and that is all I'm focused on."

Harriers go to Gainsborough this Saturday before completing their regular league season by welcoming Bradford Park Avenue to Aggborough a week later.

Eustace now has more options in the wide areas heading into the final weeks after Arthur Gnahoua's return from a thigh problem as well as the impact of loanee Manny Sonupe.

The manager praised Sonupe and other players that have come off the bench to good effect.

He added: "Manny has made some important contributions and has had a good impact from the bench, as have a lot of others when they've been called on.

"The likes of Liam Truslove, Andre Brown and others have all been important for us."