The talented midfielder enjoyed a really positive campaign at Sutton Coldfield Town last term having previously turned out for the likes of Market Drayton Town, Hednesford Town and Tividale.
“This one has taken a lot of work to get over the line, it has been a slow process,” admitted manager, Liam McDonald. “He’s been tracked by clubs from higher levels so I am delighted to have him on board and be able to work with him.
“He did well against Coventry United on Tuesday night and I expect him to become a vital cog here.
“He’s got a good attitude and is strong, athletic and determined to progress. He had an excellent season last time out and hopefully he can make the step up and continue that kind of form here.
“This is another exciting signing for us as the countdown to the start of the new season continues.”
Meanwhile, Kidderminster Harriers have frozen season ticket prices from last season for the upcoming campaign, which starts on October 5.