HARRIERS manager John Pemberton blamed individual errors after seeing his side lose to King's Lynn Town at Aggborough.

Kidderminster shipped their most goals in a game this season on way to a fifth home loss on Tuesday night.

Reds had led twice through Ashley Hemmings and Richard Peniket before King’s Lynn hit back as defensive frailties cost the hosts in a 4-2 defeat.

Pemberton said: "I thought we started off alright, scored a good goal, but I just felt we lost our way a bit.

"I felt we made a couple of individual errors. We couldn't quite cope with the set-pieces, which has been a disappointment because we've been able to do that the last few weeks but have slipped back into the old mould with that.

"You can do all your preparation but you're then in the lap of the gods with your players seeing the game through.

"We just didn't look right in the second half and conceded some poor goals.

"We couldn't cope with set-pieces and the last goal is a free header in our six-yard box.

"That's just us, it keeps raising its head. When we think we've half cracked it then you can see the frailties in the team, especially when we are up against a team that are decent side.

"Their two strikers caused us problems and we couldn't quite cope with that.

"One player makes a little mistake, then someone else will make one and then the little ones keep adding up and before you know it we end up in a situation where we're on our backfoot.

"Then you're looking at it thinking how can we change this around to help people or give them some support or some cover, but we just haven't quite got the personnel just yet.

"We've got to take that on the chin. We did well against York but I won't be getting carried away with that one because we have got that in us.

"We can be very good but I think you've seen in the second half that we can be very poor. I've got to try and get that balance right."

Harriers don't have a game this weekend due to Gateshead's participation in the FA Cup first round.