Hyde came from a goal down to beat Hereford and extend their winning run to three matches.
Josh O'Keefe fired the Bulls into the lead with a superb strike from 25 yards, his ninth goal of the season.
The visitors equalised when Louis Almond's cross found Alex Brown who nodded home from close range.
Hyde ensured all three points when Matthew Blinkhorn headed back across goal to find Almond who found the back of the net from close in.
Victory lifts Hyde two points clear of trouble but, with just four games left, Hereford are now 11 adrift of fifth spot, their play-off hopes all but over.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Bulls manager Martin Foyle told BBC Hereford & Worcester:
"I'm a disillusioned and disappointed manager. Losing to Hyde twice in one season shouldn't happen with the players that I've got at this level.
"That's not being disrespectful. We looked a bag of nerves.
"The young boys looked a bit lost in the headlights and I need a bit more from my senior players."