KIDDERMINSTER Carolians emerged victorious against Camp Hill in the fourth round of the RFU Intermediate Cup.

Camp Hill took the lead after a driving maul inside five minutes with a converted try however KCs hit back with a penalty from Freddie Morgan after a knock on.

Following a scrappy period of play the hosts took the lead after Tom Maher won a lineout and Morgan touched down.

Morgan added another try following an 80 yard sprint after collecting a dropped ball on Kidderminster's 22 metre line, he then kicked the conversion.

The lead was reduced to one point after Camp Hill took advantage of confusion in KC's defence to score a converted try in the corner and they added a further converted try directly from the restart.

Just before half time Kidderminster produced another effective drive over the line but the ball was held up.

They won a penalty from the ensuing scrum which was taken quickly, Tom Maher ran in near the posts for a try which Morgan converted to make the score at the break 22-21.

Kidderminster were first to score after the restart following a fluent passing move and catch and drive from a lineout. Maher again touched down and Morgan added the extras.

KC's Jess Smith then joined the party with a try, a swift move by the backs resulted in a penalty and Smith crashed over despite opposition tackles, Morgan again converted.

KCs added another try as Ryan Tiene crossed the whitewash for a converted try following a flowing passing move.

With 15 minutes to go Camp Hill got a boost as Jess Smith was yellow-carded and the visitors capitalised with two converted tries.

With the deficit reduced to 10 points Kidderminster nerves were steadied by a converted try from Simon Clark and Smith, back from the sin bin, fed Rhys Pritchard for another converted try.

Arthur Morgan added a try from the restart to complete a 62-33 victory for Kidderminster.

KCs return to league action on Saturday with a trip to Southam.