Salisbury City 1-1 Kidderminster Harriers
Charlie Sheringham scored an injury-time penalty for Salisbury to secure a draw against Kidderminster as both sides finished with 10 men.
Callum Gittings gave Harriers the lead latching onto Michael Gash's header and firing in from outside the area.
Kyle Storer was sent off in injury time after handling in the box, as was Angus MacDonald who picked up a second yellow card for violent conduct.
Sheringham scored his first goal since joining on loan from the penalty spot.
Salisbury City manager Mikey Harris told BBC Wiltshire:
"The way the lads responded in the second half was fantastic. We absolutely piled the pressure on Kidderminster.
"We knew it was going to be a physical game and I felt that we asked them a lot of questions.
"To score in the last minute and to get a point always feel like a win.
"It's been a really, really positive day all round. I'm delighted with the fact that we hit the target of 2000 fans."
- 23MacDonaldBooked at 90mins
- 5J Clarke
- 4BrettSubstituted forWhiteat 69'minutes
- 11FrearBooked at 56minsSubstituted forMcPheeat 85'minutes
- 31SheringhamBooked at 45mins
- 15GrimesBooked at 78mins
- 4StorerBooked at 90mins
- 7ByrneSubstituted forJackmanat 74'minutes
- 18GittingsBooked at 32minsSubstituted forO'Keefeat 58'minutes
- 22Morgan-SmithBooked at 66mins
- 10MalbonSubstituted forWrightat 79'minutes
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