Free-scoring Stourbridge brought FA Cup heroes Burton Albion back to earth with a resounding thud after dumping them out of the Birmingham Senior Cup last night.
A hat-trick from Mark Bellingham inspired the Midland Alliance hosts to a 4-1 upset at Amblecote to march into the semi-finals.
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Burton boss Nigel Clough included himself in the line-up but only three of the side which held Manchester United on Sunday made the starting line-up.
The Glassboys were in unstoppable form regardless of the opposition and went 2-0 up inside 12 minutes through Bellingham and Rob Taylor. Bellingham struck again before the break and then added his third before Eric Graves replied moments later.
James Francis netted twice as Moor Green avenged a humbling exit last season by crushing Studley 4-1 in their Worcestershire Senior Cup tie at Damson Park.
The Bees had recorded a win at Moors last term but they were always struggling this time after trailing 3-0 at half-time.
Francis, making his debut on loan from Tamworth, burst down the right and cut in to score the opener and then Chris Nurse converted a cross. A run by Gary McPhee set up the third for Peter Faulds to convert.
Dave Morrison's through-ball set Francis free and he rounded two defenders before firing home after half-time, while Studley grabbed a consolation goal from Junior Hewitt. Moors now visit Worcester City in the semi-finals.