Barnet boss Lawrie Sanchez hailed goalscorers Steve Kabba and Ricky Holmes as they fired the Bees to a 2-1 victory over Aldershot.
Danny Hylton gave Aldershot a first-half lead in Saturday's League Two clash at Underhill before Kabba came off the bench to score a 63rd-minute penalty, while Holmes grabbed a winner with 10 minutes to go to leave Sanchez a relieved man.
He said: "It is nice to see Kabba back to some sort of form, we've waited a long time. Today was a good 45 minutes' work and he changed the game really.
"Ricky is on fire at the moment and he is looking a real handful. I think the players like him being in the team as well because he drives the team forward from midfield.
"When he gets the ball, people look up and know that he's going to do something with it."