HARRIERS will look to seal a place in the National League North play-off final this Sunday in front of what could be their biggest home crowd of the season.
Kidderminster are preparing to face Chorley for the second time in five days for the return leg of their semi-final clash (3pm kick-off).
Chorley made the final play-off place after fifth-placed finishers Darlington were deemed ineligible due to a ground grading failure.
The Reds take a 1-0 advantage to Aggborough after the two sides met for the first leg on Wednesday night.
More than 1,300 tickets have already been snapped up in advance of the second leg, which is on course for the biggest crowd of the campaign so far.
Defender Jordan Tunnicliffe, who was crowned the Players’ Player of the Season for 2016/17 at the weekend, was looking forward to the play-off challenge. He said: "Where you finish at the end of the season is where you deserve to be.
“We didn’t quite make it to catch Fylde but we look forward to the play-offs.
“I think we have had a really good season and the fans have been behind us and backed us.
“We have to make sure we are on our game because they’re an extremely good team, and hopefully we’ll come out on top.
“We’ve got great team spirit and I am sure we’ll push each other on.”
Fans are being reminded they are not required to buy a ticket before Sunday, but that it's strongly recommended that they do to avoid lengthy queues and possible disappointment on the day of the game – particularly for the seated areas of the ground which are already very busy.
Tickets can be bought from the Aggborough Stadium ticket office this week from 9am to 5pm up to and including Friday.
Visit the club's website for further details and pricing.
Fans unable to attend the clash can follow all the action with the Shuttles live match-day blog.
We will be online from 2.30pm before providing regular updates from 3pm.
Meanwhile, Kidderminster Harriers Ladies were celebrating last weekend after being crowned champions of the Midwest Counties Female Football League.
Although they have had a fantastic season, they managed to take the title without kicking a ball last Sunday after second-place Hereford LC Ladies could only manage a draw in one of their games in hand against Wyre Forest.
It means Harriers, who have dominated the division all season, have wrapped up an incredible league and cup double in what is the very first season since formation.
Harriers effectively secured top spot on Friday evening as they thumped Areley Kings 5-0. Goals from Amber Lawrence, Kirsty Roberts, Lily Knowles, Charlotte Lewis and Jess Price came without reply.