A last-gasp Kris Rogers save kept Northwich Victoria's FA Cup campaign alive and frustrated hosts Woking in their goalless second-round clash.
Rogers dived full-length to tip Karl Murray's 20-yard stinger wide of the upright and maintain parity for his side.
The visitors were up against it for long periods with Woking's Justin Richards going close twice early on.
Richards was inches wide after good work from Steven Ferguson and then volleyed wide Rogers parried Craig McAllister's header into his path.
The Vics were stung into life and Jonny Allen went close at the other end when he saw his header tipped over by Shwan Jalal after good work from Danny Mayman.
The Conference North side went close again when Michael Carr's header was cleared off the line by Paul Watson - but Ben Chapman returned the favour when he cleared McAllister's header off the Vics' line shortly afterwards.
The Cards bossed the show after the break with Stuart Nethercott inches wide with a header and Murray seeing his effort chalked off for offside.
Livewire Allan went close with a volley at the other end before Rogers' late heroics.