BOSS John Eustace has quick to turn his attentions to Harriers' play-off quest after defeat in their final league game of the season.

Kidderminster again conceded two late goals as they lost to Bradford Park Avenue at Aggborough on Saturday.

Dan Bradley had put them in control before Frank Mulhern levelled for the visitors and Adam Boyes tapped home a winner four minutes into added time.

The result had no impact on Harriers' final placing but did mean Bradford set-up an Aggborough return in Wednesday night's play-off quarter-final.

It is that clash that the manager is now focused on.

He said: "We've had a fantastic season and finished fourth in the league, which is really good.

"I'm really pleased and really proud of the efforts of the whole group and it's the business end now and we're really looking forward to the play-offs.

"Bradford are an excellent team, we know that, and we are looking forward to the game now.

"It's important we got the injured players and squad players minutes and they got that today and I thought there were some great performances from the lads that haven't played that much.

"We've got to forget about today now and forget about the season and go into the business end and we're looking forward to it.

"It's going to be really important that we get as many fans as we can through the gates and really supporting the boys.

"It's a massive game for us. It's the biggest game of the season and we're looking forward to the challenge that Bradford are going to bring."