The Harriers started the second half on the attack with Bo Henriksen flashing a 20yd drive just wide on 48 minutes. A few minutes later Bo came close again when he hooked the ball over after a cross from Andy Bishop.
By now Wrexham were starting to get frustrated and Darren Ferguson was the one to lose his rag. He lunged at 'JJ' Melligan catching him in the groin with his studs and sparked a set to that had almost all the players involved.
Once he had regained control referee Mathieson had no hesitation in showing the red card to Sir Alex's son. Sean Flynn should consider himself lucky that he didn't get to see the same card after rushing in with his fists.
The sending off sparked Wrexham into action for fifteen minutes and in that time they should have scored. Morrell found himself goal side of Ayres, not for the first time either, but the leagues top scorer saw his drive well turned away by the superb Brock low to his right.
Lee Jones was next to try his luck when he came even closer than his team mate. His shot beat Brock but was blocked by Lee Ayres on the goal line. It landed safely into the keepers arms.
We bought on Drewe Broughton for the injured Bo Henriksen after 70 minutes but to be honest it seemed that he'd rather be elsewhere.
Danny Williams came on just after and probably wished that he was elsewhere when he found himself collecting a yellow card for time wasting after only being on the pitch for a few seconds.
Soon after substitute Hector Sam almost capitalised on a poor back pass from Lee Ayres but he put his shot just wide of the goal.
A minute from the end and the game was over when 'JJ' Melligan
grabbed his eighth goal of the season. He received the ball on the right and hit a blistering shot from 25yds into the top corner of the net that gave the keeper no chance at all.
As the Wrexham fans started to leave in disappointment Andy Morrell nearly pulled one back for them when his speculative shot bounced off the top of Brockies bar.
So the 'non-league rubbish' win again at the home of a 'big team'. Must have been luck.