Bromley made the journey to the Midlands on Tuesday night looking to make up ground on the race for the top seven in the Vanarama National League, whilst hosts Solihull Moors were in desperate need of the points at the opposite end of the table.
In the end, three crucial points went to Moors at the Automated Technology Group Stadium to move them level on points with twentieth-placed Hartlepool United.
The home side made a good start to the only game at the top level of the non-League game and the lively Kwame Thomas came close to opening the scoring early on, but his effort was cleared off the line.
Thomas managed to beat Bromley `keeper David Gregory in the 13th minute – and this time there was no-one there to prevent his close-range shot from a Darren Carter free-kick.
Bromley had a disappointing evening, attacking-wise, although Brandon Hanlan did force Moors` keeper Max O`Leary into one decent save in the second period.
But there was always that threat of an equaliser for home fans, so it came as a massive relied when, 4 minutes into time added on at the end of the game, Solihull put the game to bed when sub Alex Reid got hold of a poor pass back to Gregory to lob the stranded keeper and make it 2-0.