Maidenhead continued their climb up the National League table as they held on for victory against high-flying Solihull.
It was a third successive league win for the visitors, who had their first real shot on target midway through the first half from Sam Barratt.
Tobi Sho-Silva then fired them in front moments later with his second goal of the season.
The Magpies doubled their lead just after the break through Reece Smith's long-range effort.
Solihull tried to mount a comeback, but Matty Warburton's powerful effort sailed just wide.
Mark Beck pulled one back for the Moors in the 90th minute when he headed in a corner at the far post.
But it was too little too late as Solihull drop down a spot to fourth, while the visitors move up to 18th.
Match report supplied by PA Media.