GLASSBOYS boss Gary Hackett was full of pride after his players fought back to beat Kidderminster Harriers in the FA Cup.

Stourbridge came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at the War Memorial Ground.

A Kaiman Anderson double and a Aaron Forde penalty sent their neighbours from National League North crashing out.

Hackett said: “It was an amazing cup tie. Don’t get me wrong, first half Kidderminster were excellent and they play some great football but I said at half time that I was absolutely delighted to come in only one down.

“I said at half time that I was going to change my formation completely and I did and we matched up their two wing-backs, who were getting far too much space, and Luke Benbow came on and he was fantastic.

“When he’s on it he’s as good as anything around. I though Kaiman Anderson was excellent all game and we got ourselves back in the game.

“Once we had gone 3-2 I think we rode out the last 15-20 minutes pretty comfortably.

“We have had some fantastic cup achievements but I do think, for the nature of the game, this has got to be right up there. It’s an amazing achievement.

“The self-belief to come back from 2-0 down against a very good team was amazing. This fells a bigger achievement than anything.

“We got that one goal and suddenly the atmosphere changed and they (the fans) believed and we believed and that’s football.

“You can love this game, hate this game, loath it, detest it, but when you get moments like this you’ve just got to enjoy it.”