Kidderminster fought back from two goals down to beat fellow relegation battlers Oxford City 3-2 at Aggborough and continue their winning run under Phil Brown.

Basement boys Oxford City looked set to leapfrog Kidderminster in the National League drop zone after a first half that saw Josh Parker score a header and a penalty either side of Brown being shown a red card.

But the hosts turned things around after the break, with Amari Morgan-Smith pulling a goal back just before the hour mark and Jack Lambert equalising in the 74th minute.

Substitute Gold Omotayo completed the comeback four minutes later as Kidderminster made it four wins out of four in the league since Brown replaced Russell Penn as boss last month and moved up two spots to 21st, below 20th-placed Fylde on goal difference.