TWO late goals handed Beeston St Anthonys a 5-3 victory against an understrength Storthes Hall in the second round of West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.
Hall, minus four regular defenders, had been in charge of the contest but were pegged back three times before Beeston added a quickfire double late in extra-time.
Hall started well and Michael Tunnacliffe should have been awarded a penalty when he was scythed down, but the referee played on.
Soon after, Tunnacliffe latched onto a long clearance from Liam Garside and squared the ball for Matt Mulvihill to fire Hall ahead.
Tunnacliffe then had to go off and was replaced by 17-year-old debutant Adam Powell, who was immediately sent clear by Peter Jowett but, with only the keeper to beat, he pushed his shot wide.
The makeshift home defence was caught square on 31 minutes as Lee Parker went through to equalise.
But Hall were soon back in front through Chris Drew.
Mulvihill saw his volley hit the bar before Beeston made it 2-2 on 47 minutes when Liam Young beat Jowett down the right and his low cross was turned in by Parker.
Hall regained the lead for the third time on 81 minutes when Jason Battye reacted first to a goalmouth scramble, but a minute later Beeston substitute Tony Garth rose to head home a left wing cross and take the match into extra-time.
Just as penalties seemed inevitable, Beeston scored with four minutes left, as Garth headed down a cross and Parker’s mishit shot trickled past Garside.
Then, in the the final minute and with Hall committed to attack, Garth rubbed salt into the wound with a fifth.
There was better news for Meltham and Bay Athletic who both progressed.
Meltham beat West Yorkshire Premier League high-fliers Knaresborough Town 5-0 with help from a second-half hat trick for Tom Mathews and goals from Ben Traynor and a penalty by George Dawson.
Bay went through after a 3-2 victory against Premier Division rivals Ovenden.
John Buckley fired Bay ahead on 30 minutes and the same player turned provider for Freddie McGillivary to pick out Kitson Gayle on 60 minutes, who made it 2-0.
Ovenden pulled one back when a quickly-taken free-kick caught the defence off guard.
But Bay stepped up their pace and an own goal was forced after strong pressure from McGillivary, who made a defender panic and kick the ball past his own keeper.
Ovenden then scored a late consolation.