A second half hat-trick from substitute Jack Redshaw propelled Salford to a fourth successive win at home to Kidderminster after the visitors had a penalty saved by home keeper Max Crocombe just before half time.
The Ammies sit fourth in the table three points behind 100 per cent record to date Brackley.
Stockport are a further five points behind after their first away-victory of the campaign at Leamington.
A Jason Oswell hat-trick doubled his season’s goal-tally to six, two coming in the last five minutes as the Hatters trailed 2-1.
Oswell have given County the lead in the first half, but the home team levelled from the spot before half time and took the lead with eight minutes of the game left only for Oswell to score twice, the second four minutes into injury time.
Curzon Ashton are level on points with the Hatters but they crashed 4-1 away at Tamworth on a disaapointing day.
FC United are rooted to the bottom with just a single point from five games after two goals from Wayne Brooksby and a third from Adam Boyes completed a miserable afternoon for the Reds.
Into the Evo Stik Premier Division, a dramatic last minute winner was enough for Ashton United to see off early season leaders Grantham at Hurst Park.
Liam Tomsen put the Robins in front in the first half, Luke Shaw equalising for the visitors with a quarter of an hour remaining before skipper Mark Lees secured the three points.
Stalybridge Celtic were undone by a penalty late in the second half at Rushall Olympic while Altrincham’s poor start to the season continued as they lost to a headed goal at Matlock four minutes into the second half.
Our other teams were in FA Cup Preliminary Round Action, the tie of the day was at Ossett Albion where Droylsden with ten men won by the odd goal in seven thanks to a ninety second minute header from Alex Frost.
Mossley claimed their place in the 1st qualifying round with a 2-0 win at Glossop North End who saw their keeper Philips sent off for throwing the ball at the opposition players celebrating the first goal after Tom Dean had scored from the penalty spot.
Hyde United were made to fight against lower league opppsition, as Congleton fought back from two goals down to go into the break level.It took seventy two minutes before the Tigers were back in front before a fourth secured their place in Monday’s draw.
Radcliffe Borough will have to travel to Burscough midweek for a replay after a 1-1 draw, Sherlock putting Boro in front in the fisrt half before Cummings equalised for the visitors with just four minutes of normal time remaining.
Trafford also face a midweek replay at Kidsgrove Trafford face a replay after being held 2-2 at the Shawe View Stadium.
Louis Corrigan putting the home team in front before a clearance by centre back Steve Mason struck Lee Cropper on the knee and flew into the top corner for an equaliser.
Jack Dorney put Trafford back in from just before the half hour mark but Kidsgrove earnt a replay when Malbon equalised with twenty minutes left