Woking moved three points clear at the top of the National League South table in spectacular circumstances as an injury time Harry Bradbury half-volley gave the Cards victory over Oxford City.
Bradbury rifled home an effort to send the traveling fans into pandemonium beyond the goal after Armani Little had restored parity in the first half, following Kabongo Tishimanga’s opener for the home side.
Meanwhile, Jerry Gill’s Bath City side moved up to third place following a hard fought 1-0 win over Hampton & Richmond Borough.
The decisive strike came in the 23rd minute when Jack Batten netted his first goal of the season with a powerful header, which was adjudged to have crossed the line by the assistant referee.
St Albans City kept their play-off hopes alive with a comfortable 2-0 win over bottom of the table Weston-Super-Mare.
The Saints picked up an important three points thanks to two second half goals from midfielder Solomon Sambou.