John Eustace has said his team will stick together as they bid to turn around their fortunes away from Aggborough following defeat at FC United on Saturday.
The visitors dominated the largest share of proceedings at Broadhurst Park and were only denied a share of the spoils by an inspired goalkeeping performance by Dave Carnell.
The second half was, in particular, one-way traffic but, in the end, Harriers would be left to rue the concession of a key goal in the first 45.
Eustace spoke after the game and urged the camp to avoid any panic or despondency.
He said: “We have just got to stick together and believe in what we’re doing.
“We created a good few chances today and, yes, we could have been better, but we certainly didn’t deserve to lose the game.
“But that’s football unfortunately, and it was a sloppy error on our part and we have to learn from that and look forward to the game on Tuesday.
“There are going to be ups and downs, which I said at the start of the season.
“We were competitive again today and have been in every game so far apart from the second half at Salford.
“We learn from every experience and we’ll go again on Tuesday.”