EVESHAM United are into the final of the Worcestershire FA Senior Cup Final after a thrilling 25 minutes saw them score four times to come from behind and beat Kidderminster Harriers.

Professional outfit Harriers, boasting a young side, went ahead and held that lead until the 65th-minute of the game when Evesham turned the contest on its head.

Levi Steele saw his penalty saved but was quick to stab home on the rebound to bring The Robins level, before Will Owens drifted in off his left wing and tucked home into the bottom corner just two minutes later.

Substitute Alfie Dunn all but sealed the win when slotting home following a mix-up in the Harriers' box and then another replacement came off the bench in Miles Simpson to put the ball through the keepers legs to put the cherry on top of the cake.

Evesham will now face Alvechurch in the final at their home ground in April, where they will be looking to lift the trophy for the first time since 2018.