The first chance of the game fell Bromley’s way after Connor Parsons, who was electric in the first half, cut the ball back to Alexander following some brilliant footwork. The latter saw his effort blocked before the ball fell to Coulson who drilled a shot wide.
The miss proved costly as Solihull went up the other end and scored, Adam Rooney slotting home the opener.
Parsons was in the thick of it again, making another blistering run before pinging a ball into the box, but Jude Arthurs couldn’t convert a difficult effort from close range.
Ryan Barnett then burst forward before striking over the bar for Solihull.
On 20 minutes, a brilliant ball was delivered in by Coulson towards Jack Cawley who rose highest in the box before heading over the bar.
Some great goalkeeping by Mark Cousins followed by a crucial challenge from Joe Partington kept the score at 1-0 before Liam Trotter blocked another effort off the line.
Just shy of the hour mark, Coulson did well to pick out Sablier at the far-post, but the midfielder saw his header hit the side-netting.
Joe Sbarra then doubled the hosts’ lead with 15 minutes remaining before Trotter cut inside before shooting wide soon after.
The game was put well out of sight on 82 minutes when substitute, Chris Bush, slipped before catching his man, giving away a penalty. Andy Dallas stepped up before smashing in Solihull’s third.
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