MANAGER Gary Whild was a frustrated figure after watching Harriers let a one goal slip in yesterday's 2-1 defeat at Altrincham.

Marvin Johnson's excellent effort had fired Kidderminster ahead but the away side faded and James Lawrie and Damian Reeves pounced in the 57th and 86th minutes to seal three points for the hosts.

Whild said: "I was really disappointed with the two goals we gave away.

"It was not good enough and it's not like us to concede goals like that.

"We scored a great goal which gave us a bit of a lift.

"But for the first goal, James Lawrie got in behind us too easily and for the second, one of the smallest guys in the box has had a free header.

"It is not rocket science, we gave away two very poor goals."

Harriers will be hoping to bounce back when they tackle Nuneaton at home on Tuesday night (7.45pm ko).