Stand-in striker Danny Edwards was Redditch United's FA Trophy hero after ending Eve-sham United's hopes of another giant-killing last night.
Edwards' deflected effort proved to be the only goal in their third qualifying round replay at the Valley Stadium which earned the Reds a trip to Droylsden in the first round proper.
Evesham keeper Nathan Vaughan had kept out the hosts with a series of top saves but he was beaten on 64 minutes when Edwards' effort was deflected into the net.
Evesham, who had beaten two Premier teams in their Trophy run, had missed their best chance of the game six minutes earlier when Danny Lennon broke through but keeper Danny Lewis won the one-on-one battle.
Rushall Olympic led twice at Ossett Town in their replay but bowed out 3-2.
Robbie Holdcroft's 40-yard chip gave the Pics a second minute lead, but Carl Fothergill levelled on 35 minutes.
A delightful move restored Rushall's lead on 41 minutes when on-loan striker Harry Harris tucked home a Phil Rowe knock-down but Fothergill, racing from his own half, again levelled on 55 minutes and Rob O'Brien grabbed the Yorkshire side's winner with an angled drive on 69 minutes.
Stourbridge rattled up an eighth successive win to book their place in the semi-finals of the Worcestershire Senior Cup after defeating neighbours Halesowen Town 2-1.
Premier side Halesowen struck first when Zema Abbey turned home a low cross from Shane Paul on 70 minutes.
But the lead only lasted three minutes before Craig Slater fired home after the Yeltz failed to clear a free-kick and then Leon Broadhurst earned the winner on 81 minutes. He raced clear but as Paul challenged he could only divert the ball past keeper James Dormand.
Former Woodford United players Arron Parkinson and Russ Dunkley both netted to help Leamington return to top spot in the British Gas Business Midlands Division with a 4-0 win at the New Windmill Ground.
Josh Blake gave the Brakes a 14th minute lead before Ben Mackey doubled the lead a minute before half-time.
Then captain Parkinson struck the Brakes' third nine minutes after time and Dunkley, who also moved from Woodford to Leamington in the summer, hit the fourth 15 minutes from time.
Leamington climb above Sutton Coldfield Town into pole position.
Romulus missed the chance to climb into third place after going down 2-1 at Chesham United.
The Sutton Coldfield-based side had the perfect start when Tyrone Fagan gave them a second minute lead.
The Roms had the chances to extend their advantage but two goals in a minute just after half-time changed the game.
Danny Burnell equalised on 53 minutes and then Kevin Cotton bagged the winner.
Meanwhile, Liam O'Neill was last night confirmed as the new manager of Bedworth United after a month as caretaker boss.
O'Neill has lost just once since taking over from Martin Sockett.