Christian Moore fired a hat-trick to send 10-man Brentford crashing out 3-0 in the biggest upset so far in the FA Cup.
Second Division Brentford had Ibrahima Sonko sent off for his second bookable offence as Moore made it a day to remember at The Bucks with an emphatic first-half finish and two from penalties in the second period.
Mick Jones' Conference outfit took the lead in the 26th minute when Matthew Clarke fired in a pin-point cross, Lee Mills headed down and Moore finished in emphatic style with a shot high into the net.
Sonko was booked for his first foul on Moore shortly before the break and was then shown the red card for bringing down the same player in the penalty area 10 minutes after the restart.
Moore dusted himself down to take the spot kick and although Brentford keeper Paul Smith parried his initial effort, the Telford midfielder followed up to fire home the rebound and make it 2-0.
Brentford were out of sorts and clearly rattled, with Steve Hunt, Jay Tabb, Steve Evans and Kevin O'Connor all handed yellow cards.
But there was no stopping Moore, who continued to drive his side forward and it was his dangerous run which forced Joel Kitamirike to bring him down in the penalty area for the game's second penalty.
And this time man-of-the-match Moore made no mistake with his first attempt, thumping the ball beyond Smith into the bottom corner to complete a fine win for the Conference side.