REFEREE Amy Fearn was again in the spotlight after sending off Hayes & Yeading's two goal hero Scott Fitzgerald in a night of drama at Church Road.
Fitzgerald saw red in Thursday's match after a tussle with Kidderminster substitute Luke Prosser who appeared to put his hands in the face of the Hayes striker in the visitor's penalty area.
Prosser was cautioned and Fearn then gave Fitzgerald his marching orders as she showed him his second yellow card of the match to the bemusement of the crowd.
The incident after 78 minutes proved the turning point as Harriers equalised for the second time in the game within 60 seconds when Martin Riley headed home.
And the crowd vented their displeasure at Fearn with chants of "You don't know what you're doing."
The official, who previously came under fire from Hayes boss Garry Haylock after the Grays game, had already made a number of decisions that had both sides scratching their heads.
She also failed to initially notice the fourth official was injured in the first half when he collided with a Kidderminster player attempting to prevent a throw-in.
Hayes deservedly went in front in first-half stoppage time when Fitzgerald, who earned his first booking minutes earlier, poked home his 10 th goal of the season from close range.
Kidderminster rallied early in the second period and were level when Chris McPhee scored after spooning his initial shot straight up in the air.
Hayes regained the lead when Fitzgerald let fly from 20 yards but after the striker saw red 10 minutes later and Harriers equalised both sides had to settle for a point.