Kidderminster 1-1 Lincoln City
Steve Guinan's injury-time equaliser earned Kidderminster a point against struggling Lincoln.
The visitors took the lead early on when Jefferson Louis headed in Louis Almond's free-kick from close range.
The Harriers came close to grabbing an equaliser when Daniel Bradley's effort was well saved by Joe Anyon.
And their pressure finally paid off when Guinan found space to drive past Joe Anyon and give the hosts a crucial point in the play-off race.
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Lincoln City manager David Holdsworth told BBC Lincolnshire:
"We came here and played well and were certainly resolute. I thought we were well worthy of a victory, but it wasn't to be.
"The pitch was awful but you have to be able to play the elements. I felt we did that very well and there were some strong performances.
"Steve Guinan's words as Kidderminster came off were that they didn't deserve that. They didn't perhaps deserve anything, but that's what strikers are about.
"I felt everyone dug in and worked extremely hard and showed a lot of character which you need when you come to places like this. Although we weren't worthy winners we were certainly worthy of the point we gained, but ultimately we would always like more."