Kabongo Tshimanga’s goal in the first minute of stoppage time helped Boreham Wood record a 2-1 win over Harrogate Town that lifts them into the National League play-off places.

Tyrone Marsh’s opener for Wood was cancelled out by Alex Bradley in the first half, but Tshimanga’s late effort, his 13th of the season, lifts Luke Garrard’s side to sixth, ahead of Harrogate on goal difference.

Conor Hall had the first chance of the game but his effort was hooked off the line by Wood defender Kane Smith after six minutes.

Shortly after, the home side took the lead when Justin Shaibu held up the ball well and laid off for Marsh to provide the low finish.

Harrogate were level by the break, though, as Bradley’s effort into the top corner went in off the post.

Kieran Murtagh went close to restoring the home side’s lead after 68 minutes but his header was brilliantly tipped over the bar by James Belshaw.

Instead, it was left to Tshimanga to secure all three points as he beat the goalkeeper at the death to make it eight unbeaten in the league for Wood.

Next up, they travel to near neighbours Barnet on Boxing Day, kicking off at 3pm.