Barnet travelled to Kidderminster knowing that a win at Aggborough and results going kindly elsewhere and the Bees would be promoted back into the Football League but in the end, Barnet fans were relieved that at the end of the day, automatic promotion was still in Barnet's hands after the game ended in a 1-1 draw, while at Dover, Bristol Rovers came within two minutes of taking over at the top of the Conference table. Leading 1-0, the Pirates' keeper, Will Puddy dropped the ball from a corner at the feet of Dover's Ricky Modeste who scrambled the ball home to give Dover a point, leaving Barnet on 89 points from 45 matches, still one point above Rovers and needing just to win at home to Gateshead next Saturday to ensure promotion to League Two and the Conference championship title. The other play-off places were occupied by Grimsby, FGR and Eastleigh with Macclesfield now 6th .
Kidderminster took the lead after 39 minutes through Danny Wright who headed past Stack. Barnet grabbed a second half equaliser on 72 minutes through substitute, Luisma Villa who slotted home a shot from the edge of the penalty area after being set up by John Akinde. Barnet had the chances to win the match, which would have won them the title but at least they still have the title in their own hands.
Kidderminster 1 Barnet 1
Barnet: Stack; Yiadom, Stephens, N'Gala, Johnson; Vilhete (Gambin 67), Weston, Togwell (Luisma 72), Clifford ; Akinde, Gash (MacDonald 61).
Subs not used: Saville, Cowler.