Southern League Premier Swindon Supermarine chalked up another famous scalp as they beat Eastwood Town 2-1 to move into the second round of the FA Cup.
Supermarine had provided one of the shocks of the fourth qualifying round with their 4-3 replay win at Conference outfit Bath City and were at it again as first-half goals from Ashan Holgate and Ben Wells helped them to victory over Conference North Eastwood.
Left winger Nick Stanley was destroyer-in-chief for Marine, who were playing in the first round for the first time in their history and who almost went bust in the summer.
In the 16th minute, Badgers keeper John Danby could only parry Taylor's 20-yard drive, and Holgate was first to react, knocking home the loose ball for his fourth goal in the competition.
Eastwood had already struggled to deal with Ben Wells' fine delivery at corners, and it was a left-wing cross from Taylor that Wells pounced on to make it 2-0 in the 27th minute.
Danby made a smothering save from Wells' first shot, but the ball sat up for him to volley home at the second attempt.
Eastwood really should have capitalised when Marine keeper Mark Scott miskicked, but Lee Stevenson's 20-yard shot drifted just wide of the open goal.
Stevenson pulled a goal back within two minutes of the restart, firing in a free-kick from the edge of the area that deflected off the wall on its way in.
Scott brilliantly turned Stevenson's shot around his left post with a one-handed save as Eastwood pressed hard for an equaliser.
The visitors bombarded Marine's goal late on. Stevenson's header at a free-kick was turned onto the bar by Scott, and sub Matt Rhead fired against the post in stoppage time, but Swindon Supermarine just held on.