Stone Dominoes run of successive wins came to a grinding halt, as they were beaten 3-1 by Glossop North End.
Dominoes had won their previous two games, but were 2-0 behind inside 17 minutes and never full recovered.
The victory moves Glossop into fourth place in the North West Counties Premier Division, with Dominoes now 20th two places above the foot of the table.
Glossop took the lead on 14 minutes, as Stone keeper Dave Dyson’s poor clearance was lobbed home from long range by Steven Heaton.
The lead was doubled just three minutes later, as Darren Hamilton’s superb cross from the right was nodded home at the back post by Samuel Hind.
North End almost made it three inside half an hour, but Hamilton’s drive was beaten away by Dyson.
Stone improved in the second half and were given a lifeline on 48 minutes, as Wayne Teague’s centre was smashed home at the near post by Nathan Southern.
Shane Reaney almost restored parity for Dominoes with just over 20 minutes left, but his left foot volley was cleared off the line by Nicholas Allen.
Glossop made sure of the win on 84 minutes, as Heaton’s cross from the right was headed home powerfully at the near post by Hind.
Adam Oakes almost extended the lead further late on, but his curling effort was tipped over the bar by Dyson.
Stone Dominoes Manager Shaun Hollinshead: “We can’t afford to keep giving sides two goal head starts on us.”