Barnet aided their hopes of survival by coming from behind to beat York.
The Minstermen broke the deadlock in the seventh minute when Michael Rankine flicked in John McGrath's free-kick.
Keeper Graham Stack then saved smartly to prevent Matty Blair from doubling the hosts' advantage, before Andy Yiadom poked home the equaliser.
And the visitors completed the comeback - which moves them two points clear of the drop zone - when substitute Jake Hyde fired low past Michael Ingham.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
York City manager Gary Mills told BBC Radio York:
"It's a blow. It's another game we've lost.
"We're not winning football matches, it's another team below us that have just gone and beat us so it's a big blow.
"We've been giving goals away for quite a few games now for quite a few weeks.
"We haven't scored in abundance, we know that's a problem as well. But if you're going to concede like goals like we're conceding at this moment in time, it's just going to make it very very difficult."
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