Young striker Scott Eaton and golden oldie Bob Taylor cranked up the fight for places in Kidderminster Harriers' attack after goalscoring performances in yesterday's 4-0 friendly victory at Bromsgrove Rovers.
Both Eaton and former Albion and Tamworth striker Taylor netted in the second half after Harriers had dominated their hosts.
Jake Sedgemore opened the scoring with a stunning long-range shot after 15 minutes and Michael McGrath added the second on the hour mark after breaking the offside trap and drilling an unstoppable shot.
Eaton, however, grabbed the goal of the game ten minutes later with a 20-yard curler and then Taylor (above) converted Jonny Harkness' cross with a downward header ten minutes from time.
Matty Williams' performance provided the biggest plus as Tamworth's friendly at Alfreton Town was cut short because of a lightning storm.
Referee Steve Cook had to call off the match at the Impact Arena with 15 minutes left with the game deadlocked at 0-0.
Striker Williams looked the most lively forward for the Lambs, firing a free kick just over and heading the best chance straight at keeper Dale Roberts. But Lambs keeper James Dormand was the busier custodian to keep out an Alfreton side, managed by former Lambs bosses Gary Mills and Darron Gee.
Former Birmingham City defender Gary Rowett notched his first goal for Burton Albion in their 3-1 defeat to Derby County at the Pirelli Stadium.
England Under-19 international Giles Barnes sparked the Rams' raid with a hat-trick but Rowett had the final word when he headed home.