Luton Town booked their place in the play-offs with a 2-0 victory over league champions Fleetwood Town at Highbury Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Hatters needed just a share of the spoils to be absolutely certain of their participation in the play-offs, with Kidderminster Harriers trailing them by just two points.
However, it didn't matter in the end as a Nathan Pond own-goal on 10 minutes and a 70th-minute goal from Andre Gray fired Luton to victory.
Nicky Law's Alfreton Town clinched a 15th-placed finish with a 2-1 win against relegated Bath City at the Impact Arena.
The Reds raced into a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Danny Meadows (17) and Anthony Wilson (20) before Scott Murray pulled one back for the Romans with a 25th-minute penalty.
David Bayliss' Barrow ended their campaign on a positive note with a 3-1 triumph over FA Trophy finalists Newport County at Holker Street.
Andy Cook put the Bluebirds ahead with a seventh-minute goal before Newport's Ismail Yakubu found the back of the net on 15 minutes to restore parity.
However, the second half belonged to the hosts as goals from Richie Baker (51) and Adam Boyes (69) helped them to a comfortable win.
Darlington returned to winning ways on the final day of the campaign with a 3-1 win against fellow relegated outfit Kettering Town at the Northern Echo Arena.
A brace from Ryan Bowman (31, 48) put the Quakers in the driving seat before Charlie Wyke gave the Poppies a way back into the contest with a 59th-minute penalty.
However, an own goal from Ben Ford on 74 minutes restored Darlington's two-goal advantage in front of the 1,792 fans at the Northern Echo Arena.
David Holdsworth's Lincoln City clinched a 17th-placed finish after coming out on top against Ebbsfleet United in a five-goal thriller at Stonebridge Road.
An own goal from Joe Howe gave the Red Imps the lead on 15 minutes before Calum Willock leveled the scores from the penalty spot in the 24th minute.
The equaliser drew an instant response from the visitors who went on to reclaim the lead through Peter Bore just three minutes later before Jamie Taylor further extended their advantage with a 33rd-minute goal.
Fleet's Liam Bellamy reduced the deficit on 66 minutes but the hosts were unable to push on and fashion an equalising goal.
Gateshead produced an assured performance at Gateshead International Stadium on the final day of the season, running out 3-0 victors over AFC Telford United.
After a goalless first half, Liam Hatch broke the deadlock in the 48th minute before goals from Josh Gillies (53) and Kris Gate (71) added a further gloss to the scoreline.
An 87th-minute goal by Darren Stephenson helped Southport to a 1-0 win over Grimsby Town at Blundell Park.
Jim Gannon's Stockport County secured a 16th-place finish with a 2-1 victory against relegated Hayes & Yeading United at Kingfield Stadium.
County drew first blood through Danny Hattersley on seven minutes before Julian Owusu made it 1-1 with a 15th-minute equaliser.
However, it was Joe Connor who had the last say with a 70th-minute goal to restore Stockport's slender advantage.
Mansfield Town kept their momentum going ahead of the play-offs with a 3-0 triumph over ten-man Kidderminster Harriers at Aggborough.
With the scores tied at 0-0, Lee Vaughan received his marching orders for a foul on Matt Rhead in the 48th minute.
It didn't take long for the Stags to make full use of their numerical advantage as goals from Lee Stevenson (56), Louis Briscoe (78) and Matt Green (87) helped them to a comfortable win.
There was no separating Tamworth and Cambridge United at the Lamb Ground as a brace from Jean-Paul Marna (16, 54) canceled out Adam Marriott's double (31, 49).
Andy Morrell's Wrexham sent out a warning to their play-off rivals with a 5-1 victory against Braintree Town at the Racecourse Ground.
Morrell took the initiative by firing his side into the lead on 19 minutes before team-mate Adrian Cieslewicz doubled their lead three minutes before the half-time break.
Ben Wright gave the Iron a glimmer of hope with a 52nd-minute goal, but it was not to be for the visitors as goals from Mathias Pogba (59), Danny Wright (88), Neil Ashton (pen 90) fired the Red Dragons to a massive win.
Gary Mills' York City extended their unbeaten run to five games as an 82nd-minute goal by Adriano Moke fired the Minstermen to a 1-0 win against Forest Green Rovers at Bootham Crescent.
Saturday's Blue Square Bet Premier results:
Alfreton 2-1 Bath City
Barrow 3-1 Newport
Darlington 3-1 Kettering
Ebbsfleet 2-3 Lincoln City
Fleetwood 0-2 Luton
Gateshead 3-0 Telford
Grimsby 0-1 Southport
Hayes & Yeading 1-2 Stockport
Kidderminster 0-3 Mansfield
Tamworth 2-2 Cambridge
Wrexham 5-1 Braintree
York 1-0 Forest Green