Tommy Leigh’s extra time penalty booked Accrington Stanley an FA Cup fourth round draw with Premier League Leeds United as they beat Boreham Wood.
Leigh scored with a right foot after Shaun Whalley was fouled in the area to decide the delayed third-round replay.
Accrington’s victory in League One propelled them into the fourth round for only the fourth time in their history.
National League club Boreham Wood’s best effort came with an acrobatic effort from Lee Ndlovu late on.
They pressed on in the second half of extra time but couldn’t break through the Accrington defence.
Leeds manager Jesse Marsch was among the crowd checking his side’s opponents on Saturday but can feel confident after seeing a game with few shots on target.
Boreham Wood, who were looking to become the first non-league team to make the fourth round in successive seasons for 37 years, created few chances in normal times.
They only reached extra time thanks to a spectacular save from Nathan Ashmore, who recovered Sean McConville’s shot from a free-kick four minutes from time.
Chances were scarce in a match delayed a week by freezing conditions in mid-January. The first half only featured one shot on target, a shot on target from Tyrone Marsh for the visitors.
This means Wrexham will be the only team outside the top four divisions in the fourth round, with the Welsh side hosting Sheffield United on Sunday.