Salford City produced a remarkable comeback to earn a 4-4 draw with Kidderminster Harriers at Aggborough.
Emmanuel Sonupe opened the scoring for Kidderminster with an easy finish in the 21st minute, before Joe Ironside curled his shot past Salford goalkeeper Tim Erlandsson.
The Harriers extended their lead to four after 56 minutes as Lee Vaughan drove home and Dan Bradley slotted in.
When Salford’s Josh Askew drilled in a low finish in the 81st minute, one would be forgiven for thinking of it as a consolation goal, but the Ammies continued to attack in what was a mesmerising end to the match.
Nick Haughton then reduced the deficit to two with a strike from outside the box, before Tom Walker’s corner was headed home by Emmanuel Dieseruvwe.
In the fifth and final minute of stoppage-time, the Ammies were awarded a penalty as Michael Nottingham was brought down by Kennedy Digie.
Walker stepped up to take it but his effort was parried by Brandon Hall, yet the Salford man was first to the rebound and made no mistake to secure a dramatic point.
Salford remain top of the National League North, although their lead was cut to one point by Harrogate Town.
Jeff King’s hat-trick helped FC United of Manchester to a comprehensive 4-0 win over nine-man Bradford Park Avenue at Broadhurst Park.
After a quiet start, the game sparked into life on the brink of half-time. First, the Avenue’s Matt Hill was shown a straight red for a strong challenge.
The resulting free-kick was rifled into the top corner by King, but it was to get worse for the visitors as Oliver Johnson was then dismissed in the third minute of first-half stoppage-time.
A deflected free-kick from King wrong-footed Ed Hall and went into the net as FC United doubled their advantage.
Gerard Garner added a third from close range, before King completed his hat-trick from the spot.
Curzon Ashton leapfrogged their opponents Tamworth with a 1-0 win at the Tameside Stadium.
Sam Walker fired past Jack Stevens eight minutes into the second half to give the Nash a crucial three points.
Walker did have the chance to add a second, but he missed a late penalty.