TOWN'S midfielder-cum-striker had no doubts the win over Scunthorpe was the most exciting finish to a match he had ever been involved in.
"When Macca got those goals the roof nearly came off the stadium there was so much noise," said Carss, who played just behind the big striker for the first hour of the match in a new-look formation.
"When he got the equaliser it was just mayhem with us being down to 10 men, but we had the momentum after that and the crowd right behind us and it was just a fantastic finish to the match.
"I can't remember anything like it in my career for sheer excitement and they were two brilliantly taken goals.
"It was such a contrast to how we felt at Kidderminster. The atmosphere was unbelievable and in the dressing room afterwards everyone was just overjoyed, because we know how important those three points are."
Carss felt the win came as a result of a never-say-die attitude in the whole squad.
"Even though we battled after the good start with Mirf's goal, things weren't going our way as they got an unfortunate own goal and a dubious penalty and a lot of people thought it wasn't going to be our day, especially with Torquay and Lincoln both winning," he said.
"We just kept going and kept believing, though, we could feel the crowd getting behind us and once we got level the atmosphere in the ground was incredible, just unbelievable. That was because we all knew there was so much at stake."