KIDDERMINSTER extended their unbeaten run to five games as they continue to build momentum towards the National League North play-offs.

Harriers followed up last Saturday's success at home to Tamworth by battling to an away point at Spennymoor Town on Tuesday night.

The 2-0 win over Tamworth guaranteed Kidderminster's place in the end-of-season shake-up as Joe Ironside and Elton Ngwatala both netted.

In-form Egwatala also fired home a spectacular effort in the 1-1 draw at Spennymoor as he scored in successive games for the very first time (full report inside). The quick-fire four points followed recent wins over fellow play-off rivals Stockport, Brackley and Blyth.

Boss John Eustace praised the hard work of his players as the regular campaign draws to a close.

He said: "We are on a nice run at the moment and hopefully that will continue, but the lads are working ever so hard and have had so many tough games in the last two or three weeks.

“To be unbeaten in those games is fantastic.”

Reflecting on the Spennymoor draw, he added: "It was a really tough game.

"They are an excellent outfit and they made it really difficult for us – I thought a draw was a fair result.

“We played some good stuff at times but I was a bit disappointed with our concentration levels at times and that needs to improve because we got sloppy.

“But, as I say, they are an excellent team. I am sure they will be in the play-offs and whoever plays them, it will be a very tough game.”

Harriers will now travel to North Ferriby United this Saturday as the look to maintain their good run of form.

The final game of the regular season will see Bradford Park Avenue visit Aggborough a week later before the Reds begin their quest for promotion via the play-offs.