Kidderminster Harriers kept up the pressure on leaders Cambridge with a second successive 4-1 home win.
Top scorer Michael Gash, a 29th-minute replacement for the injured Nathan Blissett, put Harriers ahead by firing in from an indirect free-kick.
Andrew Boyce turned Joe Lolley's low shot into his own net before Kyle Storer's 25-yard strike made it 3-0.
Imps at Aggborough again
Lincoln City were making their first of two visits to Aggborough in eight days. They are back there next Saturday to face Worcester City, the Harriers' tenants, in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup
Nick Wright pulled one back against his old side with a header, but Anthony Malbon added a fourth late on.
That was the fourth goal of the season for Malbon, last term's top scorer, who was also on as a substitute, after the break.
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