Demetri Brown's second goal in as many games saw Bromsgrove Sporting bag a point against Stourbridge, as the two sides played out a 1-1 draw at the War Memorial Athletic Ground.
Former Rousler Jason Cowley headed the home side into the lead after 15 minutes, but Brown's close range finish just shy of the hour mark ensured Bromsgrove would leave Amblecote with a share of the spoils.
Jack Wilson almost gave the visitors the lead in the 12th minute, as he capped his driving run forward with a ferocious strike from 20 yards that clattered the post.
The opener came as a throw in found its way into the area, causing all sorts of problems for the Bromsgrove defence - the result of which was Cowley glancing home with his head.
Whilst Stourbridge had the majority of the possession in the first half, it could be argued that Sporting actually had more clear cut chances, with Leon Broadhurst and James Mace both heading free kicks wide before Will Shorrock and Brown both had shots that they were unable to make the most of.
The equaliser originated from Jourdain Masidi powering through the midfield - he found Brown with a well weighted pass, from which he took a touch and coolly slotted past Charlie Price.
Shortly after, Cowley had a couple of efforts that Akos Onodi had to be alert to, the second of which being a crisp half volley that the Hungarian stopper superbly palmed away.
The 78th minute saw a cracking Sporting move completed by Masidi shooting just wide.
Stourbridge almost won it with four minutes remaining, but Melis Bushaj's deflected free kick could only find the grateful grasp of Onodi.
Entertainment Rating: 3/5
Player of the Match: Will Shorrock (Sporting)