High flying Caistor Tennyson seem to thrive on the drama of a penalty shootout.
After a 3-3 goal feast in the cup against AFC Louth Old Boys the tie went to a penalties and with the score from spot kicks at 4-4 up stepped Luke Williams to score with the decisive fifth penalty and send Tennyson through to the next round.
There had been a much quieter start to the Wolds encounter before the two sides, who have met several times already this season, got down to the business of putting the ball into the net.
Louth took an early lead before Aaron Ford equalised for Tennyson. The Louth centre half missed a through ball and Ford had a tap in.
Nathan Smith scored from the penalty spot, getting up to take the kick himself after being tripped in the box.
But, at 3-2 down Tennyson were looking like making an abrupt exit from the competition, until Mike Kelly whipped in a cross that was headed in by Luke Clifford. Aaron Ford with a determined display was man of the match for Tennyson.