AN EXTRAORDINARY comeback, a stunning strike and the loss of two officials made Monday night one to remember for the Motormen.
Boss Carl Macauley was without the suspended Lee Furlong and Lee Dames, but Thomas Rooney returned and played a pivotal role in the outcome.
Worcester struck in the 13th minute as Tom Warner whipped the ball in from the left touchline for Craig Wilding to head beyond Sean Lake.
When Webster then made it 2-0 to City, Vauxhall's had their work cut out.
Soon after the second goal, one of the assistant referees was forced to retire with an injury. But after a 12-minute break, Motors regrouped and won a penalty just after the half-hour mark when Karl O'Donnell's cross was handled in the box.
Captain Steve McNulty stepped up and drilled the spot-kick home to give the Motormen hope.
It was 2-2 just before the break as Rooney dispossessed Adam Burley on the left and fired a cross into the box which Anthony Wright slotted home.
At half-time there were further delays as the referee also had to retire hurt and a replacement had to be found from the local area.
The second half kicked off at 9.11pm and it was not long before City again took the lead.
Mark Danks found himself in space and lashed a shot past Lake to restore Worcester's advantage.
But Macauley's men are specialists at late comebacks and with 15 minutes remaining, Tom Field unleashed a screaming 30-yard shot which left City keeper Danny McDonnell standing.
Vauxhall: Lake, Moogan, Woodyatt, McMahon, McNulty, Griffiths, Field, O'Donnell, Rooney, Wright, Whittaker.
Subs: Carroll, Macauley, Longrigg, Spellman, Ness.
* The Motormen will be without the suspended Lee Furlong for Saturday's visit to Alfreton Town.