Two-goal Taiwo Atieno sparked Tamworth to their biggest win of the season after hammering Grays Athletic 4-2 at the Lamb last night.
The Lambs produced a first-half masterclass to lead 3-0 after 18 minutes.
Midfielder John McGrath hit the first with a stunning 30-yard free-kick inside two minutes and then Atieno cracked home a powerful low strike in the 10th minute, despite the presence of two defenders, and another fierce shot into the top corner from Steve Burton's back-heel.
On-loan Bradley Thomas made it 4-0 five minutes into the second period, with an unstoppable header from McGrath's corner.
Aaron McLean and Adam Green struck late consolation goals for Grays.
Improving Kidderminster Harriers survived playing the final half an hour with ten men to earn a goalless draw at home to Conference leaders Oxford.
Harriers had looked the more dangerous outfit in the first half, with Simon Russell, Reuben Reid and new signing Craig Nelthorpe, signed on loan from Doncaster Rovers for a month, going close.
Kidderminster had their backs against the wall when on-loan defender Paul Bignot was sent off for a professional foul on Oxford's Chris Hargreaves on the hour mark but Jim Smith's visitors could not take advantage of the extra man.
Stratford Town continue their challenge for national cup glory on two fronts after their extra-time FA Vase replay victory.
Dennis Mulholland's Midland Alliance side, who play Bishop's Stortford in the FA Cup third qualifying round on Saturday, reached round two of the Vase after a 2-1 success against Derbyshire side New Mills at Masons Road.
Scott McGregor hit Town's first but it was 1-1 after 90 minutes before Mark Beddowes grabbed the winner.
Midland Combination side Bolehall Swifts' hopes, however, were crushed by an 8-0 home defeat to Retford.
Bromsgrove Rovers threw away a two-goal lead to bow out of the FA Trophy with a 3-2 extra-time defeat at Abingdon United.
Goals from veteran pair Carl Heeley and John Snape put Rovers 2-0 ahead after half an hour and seemingly on their way to the first round.
But Abingdon, from the British Gas Business SouthWest snatched two goals in the final five minutes from Ballard and Curtin to level and leave Rovers shell-shocked. Then Richard Pearson bagged the winner for the Oxfordshire side on 115 minutes.