Billy Kee grabbed a late winner as Accrington Stanley came from behind to beat Barnet 2-1 in a clash that saw both sides reduced to 10 men.

Kee struck five minutes from time to decide a contest that had swung to and fro with the dismissals of Accrington goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin and Barnet's Clovis Kamdjo in either half.

The opening half saw both sides create chances, the best when Kee was put clean through only to lift his shot over the bar.

Kee's miss looked likely to prove costly on the half-hour when Dean Winnard's loose backpass saw Albert Adomah race clear, only to be chopped down by Dunbavin. The keeper was dismissed and John O'Flynn confidently dispatched the resulting penalty.

However, Barnet failed to make their numerical advantage tell and the visitors hauled themselves level on the hour mark as Phil Edwards headed home Luke Joyce's corner.

The visitors had the perfect chance to take the lead when Kamdjo was sent off for bundling Kee to the floor, only for Jake Cole to save Edwards' spot-kick.

The joy for Barnet was short-lived though as Kee popped up with a late winner.

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