A strong second-half showing sent Market Rasen Town Reserves through to the semi-finals of the Mowdales Charity Cup.
Hosting Susie Star in the quarter-final on Saturday, the East Lincs Combination Division Three promotion rivals could not be separated in a goalless first half at Rase Park.
But strikes from Andrew Belt, Ian Smith and second-half substitute Daniel Clark earned the home side safe passage with a 3-0 win.
Town will meet Division One outfit Tetney Rovers in the last four after they edged past Scamblesby 1-0 on Saturday.
There was further good news for Rasen in the league as they retained top spot after title rivals Grimsby Borough Development B were held to a draw.
Grimsby would have gone top with a win at second-bottom AFC Grainthorpe, but Lee Smith’s second-half equaliser earned the home side a surprise point.
It means Rasen keep hold of top spot on goal difference from Grimsby and with a game in hand.