Barnet made it back-to-back wins in the Vanarama National League with success against Bromley at Hayes Lane.

Having beaten Hartlepool on the opening day of the season, they saw Danny Collinge and Nicke Kamamba net in either half to seal the points.

And they will head to Eastleigh on Tuesday looking to maintain their fine start to the campaign.

Idris Kanu and Harry Pritchard had early efforts for the visitors, who took the lead on 25 minutes when Collinge netted from close range from Ben Coker's free-kick.

Kabamba was denied a second by a fine save from Bromley keeper Grant Smith, before the hosts hit the crossbar from long range.

Pritchard fired wide before the break then saw Smith collect his long-range attempt after the restart.

Dale Gorman was just off-target on 53 minutes, but Bees doubled their lead just past the hour mark when Kabamba ran onto Zak Brunt's pass and went through on goal to slot home.

Great defending by Ade Oluwo denied Bromley a reply, with Michael Cheek sending a last-minute chance over the crossbar from close range.

And Laurie Walker produced a stunning save in the second minute of injury time to preserve his clean sheet and ensure a happy trip back to north London.

Barnet: Walker, Hall-Johnson, Coker, Collinge, Okimo, Gorman, Kabamba, Kanu (Armstrong 46), Pritchard, Oluwo, Brunt (Stead 83). Unused subs: Wynter, Barratt, Potter.