Barnet secured their first win over bogey side Woking in 10 attempts on Saturday - and you can re-live the action with our picture gallery.
John Akinde gave the hosts the lead from the spot after he was brought down in the area, and a Joey Jones own goal doubled their lead.
Yemi Odubade pulled one back late on for the visitors, but Barnet held on to record a first win in 13 years over the Surrey side and stay seven points clear at the top of the Conference.
Bees boss Martin Allen said: “No doubt about it, it was always going to be a tough day. This club hasn’t beaten Woking in years, they got smashed here 3-1 last year.
“I thought we played with courage. We tried to play some good football and we moved the ball around the pitch well which is what I want to see. It looked at one stage like it would be a comfortable victory until they scored with their first shot of the second half.
“Of course, let’s be honest, it was a tricky, testing, nervy, edgy last ten minutes as it was always going to be. But the players stood it out, they defended the box valiantly and it is yet another three points on the board for our club.”