Tamworth's new signings repaid Mark Cooper's faith in them by netting the goals to earn the Lambs their first Conference victory in eight games.
Peter Folkes, making his debut, plus new strikers Danny Davidson and Matty Williams were on target in a vital 3-1 win at Forest Green Rovers to haul Tamworth out of the bottom three.
The Lambs led after 32 minutes when an inswinging corner was flicked on by Nathan Jackson and Folkes, signed this week from Lincoln, hit home from six yards.
The hosts levelled in the 74th minute through Paul Wanless but Davidson put the Lambs' back in the lead three minutes later before Williams added a late third.
Moor Green produced their best display of the season to strengthen their top ten claims in Nationwide North after sinking Kettering Town 3-0 at Rockingham Road.
Dave Morrison gave them the perfect start, scoring after two minutes, though keeper Mark Osborn saved his initial shot and then the winger hit the post before firing home at the third attempt.
But Moors doubled the lead just before half-time when Sean Dowdall finished off with aplomb from Dave Bridgwater's pass before Richard Scott lashed in the third on 68 minutes with a 25-yard free-kick.
Worcester City's new signing Mark Danks opened his goalscoring account with two goals in their emphatic 3-1 win at Hinckley United.
City had fallen behind on 20 minutes when Knitters substitute Owen Story converted a near-post header from a corner but it was 1-1 on the stroke of half-time. Justin Thompson headed back Les Hines' free-kick and Adam Webster hooked home.
Webster turned creator for the other two goals, providing one lay-off for Danks, signed from Forest Green Rovers last week, to slot home on 49 minutes and then cutting open the defence to allow his strike partner to race from the halfway line for the third in the final minute.
Nuneaton Borough's FA Cup heroics has done little to help them in the league as the title-chasers crashed to a 1-0 reverse at lowly Leigh RMI. Boro's defeat, courtesy of Scott Willis' 50th-minute goal, was their third in a row.
Lee Bullimore notched Chasetown's winner at Oadby Town to continue their charge into promotion contention in the Harvey World Travel Midland Alliance.
Chasetown had led through a Chris McCathie own goal and though Dominic Brown levelled Bullimore pounced within a minute.
It proved a vital goal as leaders Malvern Town slipped to a second defeat in a row. Martin Fox's seventh penalty earned hosts Coalville Town a 1-0 verdict and the Leicestershire side leap-frogged Romulus into second spot.
Romulus were held 1-1 at Leamington, with Ryan Howell scored the Brakes' equaliser in the 35th minute.
Oldbury United followed up their shock win over Malvern with a 1-0 home victory over Alvechurch, thanks to Lee Booth, while Luke Bradley clinched relegationbattling Cradley Town's 1-0 win at home to Stratford Town.