Wrexham recorded a vital win to get their season back on track with victory over Luton at the Racecourse Ground.
Andy Bishop's right-foot finish gave the Dragons a 1-0 lead at half-time, before midfielder Johnny Hunt earned victory with a 58th-minute header.
Luton substitute Alex Wall was sent off for violent conduct in an incident with Wrexham full-back Neil Ashton.
This was only Wrexham's second win of the season to end a run of three straight defeats.
Luton, meanwhile, lie 13th in the Conference Premier after their streak of six matches unbeaten came to an end in Wales.
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Wrexham boss Andy Morrell told BBC Radio Wales: "That's a better feeling; a better feeling for the lads - that's what I said after the game.
"And that's more like us - front foot, bang at it, good quality in the final third.
"And it's no surprise when we have got a bit of quality in the final third and the lads we've got get on the end of it.
"It's just a lot better and you can sense it with the lads… because we're on the front foot and we didn't give them a moment's notice."