Conference side Kidderminster shocked League One opponents Bradford by securing a 2-1 victory that sends them through to the LDV Vans Northern section semi-final.
Bradford got off to a terrible start when in the sixth minute Lee Crooks was dismissed. The former Barnsley man fouled Kidderminster's Lee Thompson and was was immediately shown the red card by the referee.
And things got even worse for the visitors 10 minutes later when they went behind to an Iyseden Christie strike.
Michael Blackwood played a pass for the former Mansfield striker who then drilled the ball high into the back of the net. Russell Penn added a second just before the hour after collecting a pass from Thompson and then drilling the ball home.
Bradford gave themselves a lifeline when Joe Brown, in only his second appearance for the club, headed home in the 70th minute. And they came close to drawing level with seconds remaining when David Wetherall's header hit the post but Kidderminster were not to be denied their victory.