Amari Morgan-Smith, Callum Gittings and Joe Lolley all found the net as Kidderminster came from behind to survive a FA Cup upset with a convincing 4-1 win over Sutton United.
Harriers were behind after 10 minutes as Charlie Clough headed home, but the Skrill Premier outfit were level shortly afterwards thanks to Morgan-Smith's strike.
Sutton barely had time to settle before Gittings fired the hosts in front in the 18th minute while Lolley put the result beyond doubt on the hour and substitute Anthony Malbon netted a fourth late on.
Conference South side Sutton stunned Kidderminster by storming ahead when a Sam Rents' corner was solidly headed past goalkeeper Danny Lewis by the unchallenged Clough.
Harriers equalised when Lee Vaughan set up Michael Gash for a shot which was blocked before Morgan-Smith hit home the loose ball.
The hosts went 2-1 in front when a good run by Gash led to him slotting the ball through for Gittings to fire past goalkeeper Tom Lovelock.
The lively pace continued into the second half with Kidderminster making it 3-1 when Vaughan created the opportunity for Lolley to cut inside and fire home a left-foot shot.
Shortly afterwards Sutton had a lucky escape when a header by Gash hit the post before Kidderminster completed the scoring through Malbon's effort from inside the area in the final minute.