BAILEY Fuller’s double was enough to seal a comprehensive 3-1 win for Worcester City as they shrugged off National League North side Kidderminster Harriers to reach the Worcestershire FA Senior Cup final.

Makeshift striker and skipper Aaron Roberts had hooked in an equaliser for City in the 16th minute after Jack Male’s opener for a youthful Harriers outfit after just eight minutes.

Fuller then put the visitors into the lead five minutes before the break and then sealed their final date with Pershore Town in the 82nd minute, dinking over keeper Jamie Emery.

It means City have now the chance to win a trophy for the first time since they won this same competition back in 2015.

It was a young and inexperienced side sent onto the pitch by the hosts but they took the lead after just eight minutes when Jack Male was there to slam the ball into the net after a cross from Joe Foulkes.

City worked their way into it and they equalised in the 16th minute when striker for the day Roberts hooked the ball past Emery.

Winger Fuller then put the visitors in the lead shortly before the break as he dinked the ball over the onrushing Emery.

Harriers had a golden chance to bring themselves level in first-half stoppage time after Worcester right-back Curtis Smith pulled down Alessandro Pierpoint in the box, handing Kiddy a spot-kick.

Captain Kai Lissimore stepped up but City’s keeper Adam Harrison got down brilliantly well to his right to tip the spot kick around the post to preserve the visitors’ lead.

The second-half saw fewer chances but Worcester were able to control the game for large parts, limiting the hosts to very little in terms of clear cut chances.

The game was made safe in the final ten minutes when a superb ball in behind Harriers from Curtis Smith found Fuller, who let the ball run across him before chipping it over Emery and into the far corner.

The healthy travelling support celebrated wildly with the players and were even more jubilant at full-time as Worcester progressed to the final to face Pershore in April.