Cartwright 18; Skarz 57; Kennedy 73
Chambers 64; Moyo 70; Peniket 74; Butterfield 88; Chambers 90+1
HARRIERS continue the Bank Holiday programme with a relatively short trip to Kettering Town on Monday (3pm).
John Pemberton's charges will look to bounce back quickly in the wake of Saturday's 1-0 home defeat to Chester.
Harriers have picked up back-to-back away wins and will be hungry to try and make it three against the Poppies.
John Pemberton on a hectic fixture schedule:
"We're trying to get through eight games in a month, which is ridiculous.
"We've got to play Saturday-Monday - it's crackers, and we're trying to get this month out of the way.
"I'll be glad to see the back of this month because the lads need a rest and we need to be able to re-group."
.Harriers will hope to have Declan Weeks available for the game, though John Pemberton admitted the midfielder may be a doubt.
Weeks was forced off with a groin injury after less than half an hour on Saturday, and will be assessed again prior to Monday.
Admission and tickets
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Dan Nti is the only current Kettering Town player to have featured for Harriers.
Nti joined Town after leaving Brackley last season, and featured for the Reds under the management of John Eustace.
Harriers and Kettering haven't met in a league encounter since the Reds came out 6-1 winners against a troubled Poppies in 2012.
Stretching further back, though, the two have met on more than 70 occasions in various leagues, cups and trophies, with Harriers on the winning end of things on 26 occasions.
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