Corby Town finally managed to get the better of Gloucester City on home soil, after years of suffering at the hands of the Tigers.
Chris Plummer's men ran out 3-2 winners, with goals from Ryan Semple, Carl Piergianni and Sam Ives securing the points at Steel Park on Wednesday evening.
It was the hosts who opened the scoring however, as Webb slotted past Paul Walker to set Dave Mehew's side on their way.
Carl Piergianni could have pulled Corby level after 30 minutes following a great header at the back post, which was saved well by the Gloucester stopper.
The hosts were level on the stroke of half time though, when Ryan Semple squeezed his shot in from a tight angle.
The equaliser had given the Steelmen a much needed boost ahead of the break and the dominated play in the second half, completing their comeback on 50 minutes, when Piergianni made amends for his earlier miss to net his first goal for the club.
The lively Sam Ives then increased Corby Town's advantage on 64 minutes, with a well worked move.
The visitors, who sat three points ahead of Corby prior to this game, were not going to lie down though. Edwards pulled one back for the Tigers, but some brave defending from the Corby rearguard ensured that they held on for three points, which moved them up two places in the table to 18th.
secured three vital points at home to Gloucester City.
Plummer's men ran out 3-2 winners thanks to goals from Ryan Semple, Carl Piergianni and Sam Ives.