Barnet fans attend the final match at Underhill (Getty Images)
Barnet's final game at Underhill witnessed plenty of drama as the hosts secured a vital win.
Barnet will leave the ground at the end of the season and move seven miles down the road to their current training ground in Edgware, ending a 106-year association with Underhill.
But there was one final day of excitement as Edgar Davids' side, who are battling relegation, grabbed a 1-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers.
Jack Hyde fired the Bees in front in the 81st minute with a close-range finish from a Luke Gambin cross.
However the fairytale ending at Underhill looked like turning into a nightmare moments later.
Tom Flanagan fouled Wycombe midfielder Bruno Andrade in the box but Joel Grant's spot kick was pushed wide by Graham Stack as Barnet held on to move out of the League Two drop zone.
Davids, the player-manager, had spoken of his passion for the club and its ground in the build-up to the match.
"I think that if you come to Underhill you know it is special," Davids said. "I have never seen a pitch with such a steep slope so it will definitely live long in my memory.
"When I first looked at the stadium I thought it was an optical illusion but it has it charms and we embrace it.
"I think that being here at Barnet grows on you. The idea was for me to be here two days a week and suddenly I am here every day from 10am to 7pm."