A new-look Kidderminster Harriers side took to the field on Thursday night to take on Gloucester City in their first pre-season warm up game.
All went according to plan with Harriers winning the game 5-1 at a canter.
Russ Penn and Simon Russell put Kidderminster into a two goal lead before Gloucester pulled a goal back through Luke Corbett.
But Scott Eaton had the last word in the first half when he scored an easy goal to make it 3-1 at half time.
Ten changes were made to the Harriers side at half time and the fourth goal came through Brian Smikle who is on trial with the club.
Luke Reynolds completed the rout to end off a memorable evening for the Harriers.