Harlan had only two hits against Corbin, a double by James Bond and single by Dawson Charles.
The loss spoiled a strong pitching performance by Bond, who scattered six hits while striking out six and walking two.
Harlan scored once in the first inning as Charles led off with a walk, took second on Alex Sergent's walk and scored on Cory Chorak's ground out.
Corbin pulled even in the bottom of the first and won in the sixth on passed ball with one out after the bases were loaded on two hits and a walk.
Harlan rolled to a win over Pineville in the opening round of the tournament on Saturday as Chorak, Mark Ward, Jacob Hampton and Bond teamed on a three-hitter.
Chorak pitched one shutout inning with two strikeouts. Ward gave up three unearned runs in one inning with a strikeout and two walks. Hampton pitched two innings, giving up three runs while striking out two and walking none. Bond struck out all three batters he faced in the fifth and final inning.
“All of our pitchers did a good job,” Harlan coach Tony Charles said. “After we got rid of the jitters, we hit the ball well.”
Zach Chitwood led a balanced Harlan attack with a triple and two singles with three runs scored and two RBI. Dylan McNiel added a double and single, driving in three runs. Bond added a triple and Ward had an RBI double. Dalton Overbay singled twice while driving in three runs. John Lewis contributed a double and Dawson Charles singled.
After failing to scored in the first inning, the Harlan All-Stars exploded for 11 runs in the second. Chitwood led off with a triple, followed by RBI singles from Overbay and McNiel. Lewis roped a double to left to make the score 4-0. Chorak was safe on an error for another run, then Bond brought in a run with a fielder's choice. Chitwood's infield hit and Overbay's second hit of the inning pushed the lead to 9-0. McNiel was safe on an error for the 10th run before Sergent's single closed the scoring.
Pineville scored three runs in the second with the help of two errors and two walks.
A triple by Bond and single by Chitwood produced a run for Harlan in the third inning. McNiel's ground out brought home Chitwood, and Hampton scored on a wild pitch after walking.
A single by Charles and double by Ward pushed Harlan's lead to 15-3 in the fourth inning.
Pineville added three more runs in the fourth inning, but Harlan answered with two in the fifth. Hampton walked and scored on McNiel's double. McNiel scored the last run of the game on a wild pitch.
Cody Wombles had a double to lead Pineville-Bell. Seth Jeffrey and Lucas Brooks each added singles. Jared Philpot, Kyle Capps, Jeffrey and Eric Hubbard shared mound duty.
Harlan returns to action on Tuesday on at 3 p.m. against Wayne County. The winner of that game will face North Laurel at 5 p.m.
Harlan 0(11)3 12 - 17 12 6
Pineville 030 30 - 6 3 6
Chorak, Ward (2), Hampton (3), Bond (5) and Chitwood; Philpot, Capps (3), Jeffrey (4), Hubbard (5) and Capps. W-Ward. L-Philpot.
Harlan 100 000 - 1 2 1
Corbin 100 001 - 2 6 0
Bond and Chitwood; Olson and Hendrick. W-Olson. L-Bond.