Bedfont & Feltham manager Louis Carder-Walcott is looking forward to his first final as a manager after his side saw off tenants CB Hounslow United in dramatic fashion.
The Yellows were 2-1 down with 15 minutes remaining of the Southern Combination Challenge Cup semi final but struck late to progress where they will face one of Hanworth Villa, Molesey or Worcester Park in the final.
For Carder-Walcott, it presents his first opportunity to win silverware after taking over, firstly in a temporary capacity, in November.
He said: “I've been coaching for five years and I'm thankful for the chance the chairman and the board have given me.
“They've been happy with what I've done on and off the pitch with the club as a whole and I'm looking to show them they've made the right choice.
“At the start it was hard but we've been getting better. We want to have a good end to the season and build to the next season.
“We want total football. Go long when you need to. I like to enjoy the football I'm watching so it will be disciplined attacking football. Promotion this year is still open but next year is the one.”
In a cup tie pitching landlords Bedfont & Feltham against tenants CB Hounslow, new signing Sefa Tune scored with a sensational 25-yard strike just before the break to give just reward to the Yellows' first-half performance.
However, CB Hounslow hit back after half-time as Barry MacWilliam turned home free kicks to give the tenants the lead 10 minutes into the second half.
Bedfont & Feltham started to claw their way back into the game and Karle Carder-Andrews levelled the scores with 16 minutes remaining.
And, with time almost up, Jacobe Lambe was on hand to guide the ball home to send the landlord's to the final.
Outgoing manager Frank James said: “At the end of the day we weren't at the races in the first half. We needed half time and I had a word with them and the better side went in front.
“But if you're going to concede that many free-kicks and corners around the box something is going to give.
“All we can do is try and get another nine points. We want to remain unbeaten for the rest of the season.
“It's a shame as the boys wanted to give me a final to go out on.”
CB Hounslow will announce their new manager at next Tuesday's home game against Chessington Hook.
In the Combined Counties Premier Division, Bedfont Sports suffered their second straight 4-0 loss as Horley Town took the points. They face Windsor on Saturday.
Hanworth Villa will look to make it three straight league wins when they meet Colliers Wood United on Saturday after their 3-0 win over Ashford Town last weekend.