A FLAT York City drew 2-2 at Kidderminster Harriers on a cold Tuesday night at Aggborough.

Michael Woods netted the opening goal for the Minstermen after just four minutes, turning home Olly Dyson's cross in an otherwise largely tepid first half.

And former City player Keith Lowe got Harriers back on level terms from a corner three minutes before the break.

Kidderminster started the better of the teams after the restart but gave away a 52nd-minute penalty, which Sean Newton put away. 

But Kidderminster had the final say with 10 minutes to go when substitute Jason Cowley drilled in an excellent half-volley to level.