Civo United continue to drop points even without fired coach Alex Masanjala.
On Sunday, they lost 3-2 to determined Kamuzu Barracks in a TNM Super League match played at Civo Stadium in Malawiâ€™s capital, Lilongwe.
Emmanuel Zoya put Civo ahead nine minutes into the game through a penalty, but Gift Mbwana equalised 17 minutes later.
New signing Dan Katunga scored his fifth goal for Civo in seven games to make it 2-1 just a minute before half-time. He connected from a Dave Ngâ€™ambi free kick.
KB came back in the second-half with determination and goalkeeper Leman Nthara levelled the score from the spot kick nine minutes after resumption, following a handball in the box.
A couple of minutes later Leman was the hero again when he saved a dangerous floating ball from Katunga.
Dennis Kambuwa won the game for KB in the 77th minute with a powerful free header.
Civo caretaker coach Gerald Mhango blamed the loss on his playersâ€™ lack of concentration.
â€œWe dominated the first-half but could not score. In the second-half we completely lost concentration,â€ he said.
KB coach Kenwood Nkhoma thanked his boys for not giving up.
â€œWe came back with a fighting spirit and it worked as our opponents got completely disturbed,â€ he said.
Civo now have 26 points while KB have 21.