Kidderminster Harriers ended their home campaign with a draw against Dover Athletic.
Harriers led through Keith Lowe’s second goal of the season, but were pegged back in first-half stoppage time.
Ricky Miller latched onto a long punt downfield to lob advancing goalkeeper Dean Snedker from the angle of the area.
Harriers interim manager Colin Gordon was full of praise for his side’s display, against a team who sealed a play-off spot with the point.
He said: “Dover had chances and Sneds made two good saves in the first half and a couple late on, but we’ve missed some good chances.
“I was pleased and proud but we know what we need to do going forward."
Ben Whitfield’s corner was met powerfully by Lowe whose header beat Mitch Walker and the covering defenders to give the home side the lead.
Dover drew level in first half added time. Walker drilled a free-kick from the edge of his own area over the retreating Harriers back-line.
Miller nipped between Lowe and Kelvin Langmead to lift the ball over the advancing Snedker.
Gnahoua and Elton Ngwatala both saw efforts saved by Walker before substitute Omari Patrick raced clear and centred for Whitfield.
He saw his point-blank effort somehow diverted for a corner by the recovering Walker.Subscribe to our Newsletter