Taiwo Atieno scored twice as Luton eased into the second round of the FA Cup with a straightforward 4-2 win over 10-man Corby Town.
The Hatters peppered the Steelmen's goal with 31 shots after Nathan Jarman was sent off, and they will now travel to Charlton.
Corby were behind after just five minutes when Chris Hope could only head Andy Drury's corner to Matthew Barnes-Homer, who lashed home from 12 yards.
Luton were dominating and nearly had a second when Chris Mackenzie saved bravely at Drury's feet and he then saved again from Barnes-Homer.
Corby then had Jarman sent off after the striker clashed with Luton's assistant manager Gary Brabin, who himself was sent to the stands.
The hosts doubled their lead shortly afterwards when Atieno stabbed in Barnes-Homer's shot-cum-cross from close range.
Atieno then made it three when he got to Drury's low cross ahead of Mackenzie to tap in, and he should have had his hat-trick but saw his casual shot saved.
After taking a pass from Ed Asafu-Adjaye, Claude Gnapka went past Phil Dolman before slotting under the keeper.
Corby then pulled back two goals in two minutes through a scrambled effort by Glenn Walker and a deflected shot by Hope.