Cardiff Met locked in seventh place and the final European Playoff spot with a 1-0 win at home to Aberystwyth.
Adam Roscrow's flick on from Kyle McCarthy's cross took a deflection off Declan Walker on its way into the net midway through the first half in what proved to be the game's only goal.
Met certainly had the better of the chances during the game. Chris Baker and Will Evans both struck the post, while the latter and Roscrow also forced good saves from Terry McCormick in the Aber goal.
The visitors threatened a number of times before the break, but struggled to break Met down in the second half, and it's the Archers who will progress to do battle for the final spot in next season's UEFA Europa League.
Llandudno signed off their away campaign with a 4-0 victory at fellow relegated side Llanelli.
Two goals in the first ten minutes from Sameron Dool and George Harry had the Seasiders up early on, and Yalany Baio popped up with two goals in five minutes not long into the second half to seal the points.
A late Liam Thomas penalty was enough for Carmarthen as they beat Cefn Druids 1-0 at the Rock.
With the game heading towards stalemate, Nathan Peate handled in his own box seven minutes from time. The centre-back was dismissed, and Thomas stepped up to convert from the spot for the visitors, who go above Druids in the table.
Finally, Connah's Quay and Barry were evenly matched for the third time this season as they drew 1-1 on Deeside.
Mike Wilde headed Quay in front on the half hour, only for Jonathan Hood to level twenty minutes from time for the Linnets.
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