Dartford 3 Kidderminster Harriers 0
Danny Harris wheels away after scoring Dartford's third (Pic: Andy Payton)
Dartford returned to form in emphatic fashion on Saturday when they beat high-flying Kidderminster at Princes Park.
Tony Burman's side came into the game having lost three of their previous four but they grabbed the opening goal on 34 minutes.
A low cross from Ryan Hayes was scrambled into the net by Jason Prior, scoring for the first time since joining the club permanently in the summer.
Harriers could have equalised soon after but Michael Gash headed over from Lee Vaughan's cross.
And the Darts doubled their lead six minutes into the second half. Lee Noble's corner fell to Bradbrook and the captain powered home his third goal in five games.
Lee Burns then set up Danny Harris to make it 3-0 with a calm finish beyond Kidderminster keeper Nathan Vaughan just after the hour mark.
At the other end, Danny Jackman had a free-kick well saved by former Gillingham team-mate Alan Julian in the Dartford goal.
Dartford, now 18th in The Skrill Premier, travel to Grimsby on Tuesday.
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