Barnet came from two goals down to beat National League rivals Dorking Wanderers 3-2 at Meadowbank.

Only five minutes had been played in the Saturday evening game when the home side took the lead in front of the live TV cameras through Josh Taylor.

And Idris Kanu and Nicke Kabamba had efforts blocked as the Bees looked for a quick response, before Dorking doubled their advantage midway through the first half courtesy of Jason Prior.

Kanu's header from a Zak Brunt cross was comfortably saved by Harrison Male, before Sam Beard - making his first start of the season - headed over on the half-hour mark.

Harry Pritchard then failed to test the keeper after being played in by Beard, before Kabamba was denied by a fine save and Finley Potter's follow-up was deflected behind.

Danny Collinge headed over from Dale Gorman's cross as Barnet remained 2-0 down at the break, but they halved the deficit on 56 minutes when Collinge crossed from the right and Kabamba got in front of his marker to clip the ball inside the far post.

Bees were back on terms midway through the second half when Anthony Hartigan netted with another stunning free-kick, curling the ball over the defensive wall and finding the top corner of the net.

And Dean Brennan's men went 3-2 up just moments later when Collinge fired home after a scramble in the box.

Brunt went close to a fourth in the second minute of stoppage time, but Bees banked the points to remain on the heels of leaders Chesterfield in second place.

Barnet: Walker, Potter (Stead 46), Beard (Revan 85), Collinge, Okimo, Gorman (Armstrong 80), Pritchard, Brunt, Hartigan, Kanu, Kabamba. Unused subs: Hooper, Gillmore.