Player-manager Mark Cooper is convinced Tamworth will fight their way to safety, despite being sucked back into the relegation zone after their 1-1 draw with Cambridge United.
After last week's humiliation at Grays Athletic and then the shock exit of Paul Merson, the Lambs bounced back with a defiant display which left Cambridge having to survive a heavy pounding. However, Crawley Town's win pushed the Lambs into the second-from-bottom spot by a single point.
Tamworth had faced a real test of character when they conceded a goal inside five minutes against Cambridge. Lambs defender Peter Folkes blundered in trying to clear Jon Brady's through-ball and Craig Westcarr capitalised with a close-range finish.
But man of the match Alan Neilson levelled the scores seven minutes later. Us keeper Scott Howie parried Carl Heggs' header but Neil-son was on hand to score his first goal for the club.
The Lambs dominated after that, with Heggs, Danny Davidson and Tommy Johnson all threatening to grab the winner.
"We should have been out of sight by half-time," said Cooper. "I was worried after we might flop again after Grays. But my players have shown today they want to stay in the Conference.
"They were superb and if they can do that in the next ten games, we'll be safe. I'm not bothered about the league table - not yet, anyway."
Manager Mark Yates is refusing to panic about Kidderminster Harriers' lack of goals.
Harriers slipped to a 2-0 defeat at play-off chasing Morecambe which left the Aggborough side with just two goals in the six games since they sold top marksman Iyseden Christie at the end of January.
The difference between the sides at Christie Park was the ruthlessness in front of goal. While a hesitant Gareth Sheldon wasted Harriers' best chance, Michael Twiss fired the Shrimps ahead with a scrambled 32nd-minute effort and then the striker set up Wayne Curtis for a vital second four minutes from time.
Yates said: "It's frustrating that we are not scoring goals, but it will turn. There is nothing we can do about it other than to keep working hard."