Solihull Borough remain off the play-off pace but the only way is up for Tony Dobson's men.
Boro, lying 13th, are playing catch-up after their FA Cup and FA Trophy exploits, with as many as five games in hand on the top six, but they head into tonight's match at Beaconsfield SYCOB unbeaten in 2006.
A 2-0 win at Bracknell Town, courtesy of goals by Craig Dutton and Danny Hall, brought a fourth victory in five matches. Dutton headed the opener on the half-hour from a Jamie Williams corner and Hall sealed the points six minutes from time.
Title-chasing Willenhall Town were seconds away from a vital win over Ashford Town (Middlesex), only to concede a last-kick equaliser in a 3-3 draw at Noose Lane.
It was a frantic finale when Scott Harris pulled Ashford, who had begun the day as table-toppers, level at 2-2 on
85 minutes, then Indy Khela restored Willenhall's lead four minutes into injury time before Scott Waight grabbed another equaliser for the visitors.
Scott Todd had rewarded Ashford's pressure with a 27th-minute lead but Dominic Reece and Gary Hay, who has turned down an approach from Bromsgrove Rovers, nudged a much-improved Willenhall in front.
Bromsgrove's lack of firepower was evident as they were held 0-0 at play-off contenders Marlow. Rovers' best effort came from Matt Johnson but his 25-yard piledriver was pushed around the post.
Chris Keogh will wonder whether it will be Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde in the Sutton Cold-field Town squad when they step out against Burnham at Coles Lane tonight.
Royals, chasing the playoffs, gave glimpses of their best and worst before a 3-1 home defeat to Leighton Town. They led through Justin Rowe's header from Craig Owen's hanging cross on 24 minutes but the lead lasted only 12 seconds before Michael Chen-nel levelled. Two goals in the
final nine minutes, from Jack Copson and Chris Johnson, sealed Leighton's smash-and-grab raid.
Rushall Olympic had a fourth win in five league matches, chalking up arguably their best win of the season at play-off prospects Brackley Town. Neil Kitching nodded in a 23rd-minute cross from Tim Jackson and, after Brackley's former Pics striker Arthur Appleton was sent off, Troy Douglin headed home seven minutes from time.
Bedworth United fell to a 2-1 defeat at Paulton Rovers after Leon Doughty slammed home a 20-yard equaliser for the Greenbacks while Craig Webb grabbed Stourport Swifts' injury-time goal at Cinderford Town to give them a first win in seven matches.
In the Premier Division, Halesowen Town's play-off hopes suffered a setback after a 1-0 defeat at Banbury United. George Redknap netted the 20th-minute decider.
Richard Ball finished off a John Williams cross on the hour to fire Evesham United ahead at Gloucester City but Luke Corbett levelled on 68.