Salisbury City ended their five-match winless run as they came from behind to beat Woking at Kingfield.
Jack Marriott converted Scott Rendell's cross from 12 yards to fire the home side into a 13th-minute lead.
But City levelled just three minutes later when Clovis Kamdjo set up Chris McPhee to fire in from close range.
Ricky Wellard then found the top corner on 26 minutes but it took until stoppage time for Plymouth loan man Tyler Harvey to seal the three points.
After ending a run of four consecutive defeats in all competitions with a point against Southport at the weekend, Harvey's 25-yard strike made it four points out of a possible six to lift City to ninth in the Conference Premier.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:
"There are no excuses, no complaints. Disappointing from a defensive point of view and creativeness all round today. I think you certainly get results which you get concerned about and there were players out there way below the standards that we have set ourselves.
"Very good crowd today, best home league crowd of the season, coming into the game five wins in the last six.
"I'm disappointed with all three goals and it's now a case we have to brush ourselves down and get ready for Dartford and the pleasing thing is the game is within 48 hours."
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