After the re-start the Harriers decided to take the game to Bury and it wasn't long before JJ Melligan had his first attempt on goal when he headed Bishops' cross over the bar.
In our next attack we opened the scoring.
A cross came in from Dean Bennett and as Henriksen tried to get to it he was fouled by Danny Swailes. The ref pointed to the spot and the injured party stepped up to take it. He made no mistake when he sent the Bury keeper the wrong way.
The goal spurred Bury into action. First Clegg shot wide and then Newby hit the crossbar with a shot from inside the penalty area.
The inevitable Bury goal arrived on 75 minutes when Nugent managed to escape the attentions of Craig Hinton
long enough to feed the ball into the path of Newby who made no mistake from 16 yards out.
They should have gone into the lead just minutes later when a mistake by Brockie let in Nugent to score into an empty net. Thankfully stagefright got the better of him and Brock managed to retrieve the situation and push the ball out of play.
The end was drawing near by now and in the last few seconds it could have gone the Harriers way when, first, Bo couldn't quite get the ball home in a goalmouth scramble and then JJ saw his shot well saved by Garner in goal for Bury.
So the Harriers keep up the pressure on the play-offs although this point still sees them sitting in 10th place in the league when all three would have seen us climb to 6th.