Billericay Town 3 Wealdstone 2,
Wealdstone squandered a two goal lead in the face of some strongarm tactics from the hosts to leave them still searching for a first Ryman Premier win this season.
Goals from recalled pair Lee Chappell and Steve Hughes put Stones in the box seat only for a Billy Bricknell double to peg them back.
Paul Shave haded home the winner in the final minute of normal time to leave Gordon Bartlett's side deflated.
To add insult to injury, substitute Dean Papali was sent off along with Town goalkeeper, Ronnie Worster, after the shot stopper took exception to a late challenge.
Bartlett made changes to the side beaten by Ashford, captain Chris O'Leary, Derek Quaye and Graeme Montgomery making way for Steve Hughes Garry Burrell and Lee Chappell.
The first effort on goal came in the third minute when Paul Shave headed just wide. Garry Burrell had a good shot saved by Worster after excellent work from Ben Alexander and then went close with a free kick.
However, it was Stones who opened the scoring, Chappell finishing off a superb four man move. Hughes made it 0-2 with a vicious dipping drive from 25 yards before Ryan Ashe was forced off injured.
A Burrell free kick then found the woodwork and it proved costly as Billericay reduced the arrears in the 55th minute when the unmarked Bricknell smashed the ball past Sean Thomas.
Thomas was then at the centre of a penalty shout after appearing to bring down Bricknell but the referee awarded a corner, from which Joe Flack hit the crossbar.
The equaliser arrived in the 74th minute, albeit in controversial circumstances.
Marvin McCoy fell to the ground after being elbowed in the head in an off the ball incident, allowing Bricknell plenty of time to pick his spot past Thomas.
James Gray was then forced off after coming off worse in a crunching tackle before Shave won it from Steve Ferguson's long throw.
Wealdstone: Thomas, McCoy, Massey, Gray, Martin, Ashe, Burrell, Hughes, Forbes, Alexander, Chappell.