Kidderminster have an opportunity to climb to fourth in the Blue Square Bet Premier when they travel to Stockport County on Saturday.
Stockport, meanwhile, are in the midst of a relegation battle. They find themselves in 19th place with 25 points, only above the drop zone thanks to their goal difference.
In team news, County are expected to field virtually the same team they did on Tuesday against AFC Telford.
However, Sam Sheridan will not be in the mix as he has joined Southport on loan, while Ben Say remains on the sidelines for at least another five weeks.
Jim Gannon told the club's official website: "Kidderminster are a good side. I've always admired what Steve Burr has done down there on a limited budget.
"They play that 4-2-3-1 formation that I like. They'll be more difficult to break down than Telford, so we'll have to make sure we've got players at the races to have a chance of winning.
"We didn't lose the last two games, and we've gotten back to positions that showed quality of character. But we've made hard work of them and it shouldn't be that hard to win games at home."
The Harriers are currently in fifth position, tied on 53 points with fourth-placed York City, who have the superior goal difference.
Unfortunately, the visitors are expected to be without the services of James Vincent. The midfielder, who joined from County this past summer, is struggling with a knee problem.
Jack Byrne and Lee Vaughan are also on the sidelines with knee injuries, but otherwise Kidderminster have a healthy squad to choose from.
Harriers boss Steve Burr told his club's official website: "They came early in the season and looked a very useful team indeed.
"But we are on a good run at the moment and the lads are full of confidence.
"Hopefully we can keep on pushing on and progressing like we have been doing - there have been a lot of good individual performances as well as how well the team are playing at the minute."
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By gmoore on Sat, 15th June 13