MANAGER Peter Jackson has urged fans to "come to the party" as Town aim to register three straight wins for the first time in 18 months tonight (7.45).
Kidderminster visit the McAlpine for the first time to face a Town side buoyed by victories against Sunderland in the Carling Cup and Leyton Orient in Division III which have yielded seven goals for and only two against.
Jackson has defender Efe Sodje back after a three-match ban and midfielder Tony Carss fit again after flu as he aims to grab the points which would carry Town to their highest placing of the season so far and a fourth successive home victory.
Not since March 2002 have Town won three on the trot - Lou Macari was manager en route to the play-offs - and Jackson has urged the fans to play a full part against Ian Britton's strugglers.
"It is hard to imagine a club like this hasn't won three on the bounce for so long, so it would be brilliant to do it tonight and finish the home job we started against Orient," said Jackson, who will not decide on his line-up until a fitness test on Lee Fowler (twisted ankle).
"It will not be easy, though, so we need the fans to come to the party and get right behind us from the first whistle to the last.
"We got fantastic backing in the second half on Saturday and we need it for 90 minutes tonight, because after their heavy defeat at Hull, Kidderminster will be more determined than ever to get men behind the ball and make life difficult for us.
"If we play like we can and show the same attitude and level of determination then I'm confident, another clean sheet would be good and we want to stay among the goals at the other end."
Kidderminster travel North with a squad of 18 looking for only a second win of the season and to end a run of eight without a win following a 6-1 mauling at Hull.
Jackson once again hands the captain's armband to Andy Booth and added: "I'm delighted with Andy's all-round play at the moment, he is leading the line very well and if he can score for us in a third successive match then so much the better."
Town (from): Gray, Holdsworth, Yates, Sodje, Scott, Carss, Mirfin, Lloyd, Fowler, Worthington, Schofield, Booth, Stead, Senior, Newby, Mattis, Brown, Clarke.
Kidderminster (from): Brock, Smith, Stamps, D Williams, Hinton, Gadsby, Bennett, J Williams, Bishop, Shilton, Henriksen, Parrish, Danby, Willis, Coleman, Ward, Dyer, Betts.
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicester).