Hubli Tigers fought valiantly, with Mayank Agarwal scoring 46-ball 68, but could not defend the 155-run target.
Mysore Warriors lost its tenth game in KPL and became the seventh team in KPL to lost ten or more games.
Their efforts helped Ballari post 163 for 5 in 19.3 overs and claim their first win of the tournament.
The win took Belagavi to the second spot in the points table.
Mysuru Warriors won this game by four runs to provide the third occasion of it winning a game by single digit margin in KPL.
Shreyas managed to send down a dot to finish things off, and Mysuru had their second consecutive win, and their first at home.
Arjun Hoysala’s 18-ball 31 followed by a fine bowling display headed by SL Akshay’s 3 for 6 helped the Warriors beat Bengaluru Blasters by 38 runs.
"But your strengths and limitations will be different from his, from every other cricketer rather. That’s important to remember." Suchith said.
At just 23 years of age, Shreyas is already an experienced player in the tournament.
The Warriors have decided to keep the core combination in tact and decided to stick with the same coaching staff, barring few changes here and there.