The result means that the Scorpions finish the NASL Fall season not only in last place but also without a single road win.
Even worse for the Scorpions the result means they handed the Railhawks' striker Brian Shriver the golden boot as he scored twice in the match to take the award away from Hans Denissen.
Yet again the scorpions gave up a half-time lead after taking the lead midway through the first half but it always seemed like Carolina were the better side.
In the 9th minute the Railhawks were inches away from finding the opener as Kenney Walker was able to get through the Scorpions defense and get a shot away that came off the post.
Carolina pressed high and were able to gain the bulk of possession and creating plenty of chances and in the 21st minute forced a phenomenal save out of Vuolo as a cross came in and looked destined to hit the back of the net.
Despite all that positive work the Scorpions hit the lead as Sainey Touray was able to cut in on his defender at the edge of the area and hit a powerful curling strike that left the keeper with no chance, showing why Touray still has MLS interest.
Right before half-time the Railhawks could well have found an equalizer as a rebound fell to Enzo Martinez with the goal at his mercy but he sent his effort wide keeping the Scorpions 1-0 up at the break.
San Antonio started the second half the better side and in the 60th minute Dennis Chin was sent through one-on-one only for Akira Fitzgerald to save but the rebound fell to Blake Wagner who saw his powerful shot bounce off the crossbar to safety.
Seven minutes later the Railhawks were back on level terms as Lyle Martin committed a foul in the box allowing Shriver to step up and convert the penalty sending Carolina back on to level terms.
Neither side was really able to put any chances away with the offside flag regularly being shown to both sides and with five minutes to play a poor clearance allowed Shriver to hot a powerful shot in to the top corner to seal the win for Carolina.