Teenage forward James Francis marked his Moor Green debut in perfect style with the winning goal to complete a third successive festive victory in Nationwide North.
Francis, signed on loan from Tamworth, grabbed the 84th minute winner to defeat Redditch United 2-1 at Damson Park yesterday.
Former Moors player Daire Doyle had fired the Reds ahead on 12 minutes but Gary McPhee levelled on 70 minutes.
Hednesford Town battled to a goalless draw with title-chasing Nuneaton Borough at Keys Park but still slipped into the bottom two.
Andy Bell went closest for the Pitmen, only to miss the target from a couple of prom-ising opportunities, though Neil Moore and Gez Murphy squandered Boro's best chances, while Hednesford's Colin Hunter cleared a Stuart Whittaker cross off the line late on.
Stafford Rangers remain top on goal difference from Boro, despite being held to a draw for the second time in a week by Worcester City.
Craig McAughtrie slotted home from a 15th-minute corner to give Stafford the lead but Adam Webster turned home a Justin Thompson effort to level three minutes after half-time.
Jake Edwards scored his second goal in successive matches but Tamworth again had to settle for a disappointing point in their Nationwide Conference relegation battle.
Edwards headed home from a Steve Melton corner just three minutes into their match at Burton Albion. But the Brewers, who drew 1-1 at the Lamb on Boxing Day, levelled after 57 minutes when Jon Shaw headed home Andy Ducros' corner.
Kidderminster Harriers completed a woeful festive period with just one point after they crashed to a 3-0 reverse at Altrincham. Once Colin Little gave Alty a tenth-minute lead there only looked like being one winner and a Rod Thornley goal made it 2-0 at half-time before Little grabbed his ninth goal of the season with 13 minutes left.
Halesowen Town made it maximum points from their three festive games in the Southern Premier after twice recovering from falling behind to defeat Merthyr Tydfil 3-2.
Stuart Skidmore scrambled home a 70th minute Yeltz winner in Wales after Simon Forsdick had twice cancelled out goals from Mike Fowler and Dane Williams.