Oldham Athletic booked their place in the FA Cup third round with a 2-0 win over Southern League Premier Division side King's Lynn, with Stockport joining them after seeing off Wycombe.
The much-heralded magic of the FA Cup failed to materialise at The Walks Stadium, but the lowest ranked team left in the competition at the start of the day still produced a display to be proud of.
The Latics looked like running away with it after just 10 minutes when prolific striker Chris Porter appeared to glance Andy Liddell's cross home with his shoulder (pictured), a goal that had the non-leaguers appealing in vain for handball.
However King's Lynn were unbowed and but for some impressive goalkeeping from Les Pogliacomi could even have threatened an upset as the Oldham keeper produced some superb stops along with his opposite number Shaun Marshall.
Substitute Chris Hall was the man to seal the win for the League One outfit, producing a great header to shatter King's Lynn's dreams with eight minutes to go.
Stockport overcame League Two rivals Wycombe Wanderers courtesy of a brace from Adam Proudlock in a 2-1 win at Edgeley Park.
The Hatters fell behind after 34 minutes when Jermaine Easter headed home Kevin Betsy's cross to score against his former club.
However Wanderers saw their advantage cancelled out when Proudlock netted from the penalty spot (43) after David Poole was brought down by Russell Martin.
The striker claimed his second with quarter of an hour to go as he finished off a flowing move, but Easter should have sent the tie to a replay when he missed an open goal in the dying minutes.
The tie between League One sides Bradford and Millwall finished goalless at Valley Parade, with the two clubs now set to reconvene at The Den for a replay to decide who grabs a place in the third round.
* Don't miss the third round draw, live on Sky Sports News from 3.15pm on Sunday.