Harriers won 2-1 at Curzon Ashton on Monday night to record their third straight victory in the National League North.
Kidderminster - last year’s beaten play-off semi-finalists - are now up to fourth and Eustace is confident that their run will continue if they keep competing well.
He told the club’s website: “I thought we were great. The lads could have easily gone under after conceding, but I think we got stronger. As long as we’re competitive in every game, hopefully we can do well.
“We weren’t clinical enough in the first half, which has been a problem for us away from home. But we scored two great goals in the second half.”
Eustace was also full of praise for his skipper, England C international Ryan Croasdale.
The midfielder scored the opening goal for Harriers and Eustace said: “It was a captain’s performance again. He’s a top player, and we’re really lucky to have him”.
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