Barnet manager Mark Robson hailed goalkeeper Graham Stack after their smash-and-grab win at Chesterfield.
Stack made a string of fine saves to keep the Spireites at bay before Mark Byrne's last-minute penalty stole the points.
"Stacky has made a few good saves and I think he will be the first to say he had a right to save them but the one where he dived down at the guy's feet and got smacked in the face was really brave.
"He's been superb for us in recent weeks and kept three clean sheets now and he's played a big part in the last three games."
Robson added: "We rode our luck a little bit, particularly in the second half when we were put under a lot of pressure.
"It was one of those games where we have probably played miles better and lost so it's nice not to play so well and win. We defended stoutly and I thought the players were magnificent in their commitment, desire and passion and to help each other."