The visitors had to thank their goalkeeper Ryan Moore for a fine display in goal.
He kept us out on numerous occasions, but really our finishing should have been alot better than what it was.
Jamal El-Azizi was guilty of some disappointing off-target shots, but also Moore denied him on one or two situations in front of goal.
In one move he saved brilliantly from El-Azizi and then Dan Ross's follow-up.
Elliott Dobbs did all the hard work by beating two visiting defenders and put his effort the wrong side of the post.
Abdullatif AOARE had given Kentish a 13th. minute lead against the run of play, before EL-AZIZI was played through by skipper Mitchell Wiseman
to level with a powerful shot that Moore could only get a finger-tip to.
The assault on the opposing goal kept coming in the second-half, with absolute chaos and more bad misses in the penalty area.
El-Azizi hit the angle of bar and post with a fine chip in the box, while Dobbs was robbed as Moore palmed away a curling shot.
Our frustration and inability to kill off our opponents during the game was punished as Kentish scored twice through Ebucka ENE and Michael NWANZE in the final minute, with the visitors taking the points in an unlikely victory!
MoM:Ryan Moore(Kentish Town)
Team:Oualah, Gostellow, Raphael, Faulkner, Wambeek, Edwards, Ross, Wiseman(c), EL-Azizi, Dawson, Dobbs.
Subs:Igbinyemi(for Dawson), McDonagh(GK), Barrett, Mohammed(for Ross), Forster.