Shrewsbury Town and Brighton & Hove Albion took their places in the Southern Section semi-finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday.
The Shrews left it late to win a thrilling cup tie at League One strugglers Cheltenham Town 3-2.
Kayode Odejayi (6) opened the scoring for Cheltenham before Derek Asamoah (45) equalised for Shrewsbury.
A Jerry Gill own-goal (57) put the visitors in front before John Finnigan (69) levelled the scores again at Whaddon Road.
It was left to Michael Symes (88 - pictured) to strike the decisive goal and send Shrewsbury through to the next round.
Ten-man Brighton needed penalties to see off League One rivals Millwall at The Den after 1-1 draw in the initial 90 minutes.
The Seagulls looked to have a difficult task when Guy Butters (21) was sent off for a professional foul.
Paul Robinson (41) then handed The Lions an expected lead, but Jake Robinson equalised two minutes from the end to send the cup tie to a penalty shoot-out.
At 2-2 in the shoot-out, Millwall's Zak Whitbread struck his spot kick over the crossbar - thus allowing Brighton's Kerry Mayo to step up and beat Lions goalkeeper Chris Day to win the tie for the visitors.
On Wednesday, League One rivals Nottingham Forest and Bristol City meet at The City Ground, while Bristol Rovers meet Peterborough United at The Memorial Stadium.