Two goals from Johnnie Dyer helped Uxbridge to a famous 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon on Saturday at Honeycroft in the FA Carlsberg Trophy first round.
Before a crowd close to 600 Uxbridge shocked their higher league opponents and moved into the second round of the competition for the first time in their history.
Sterling work got the Honeycroft pitch fit for action and in difficult conditions Wimbledon went ahead after 18 minutes when Aiteouakrim scored folllowing a defensive mix up.
However, on 40 minutes the Reds were back on level terms when Dyer headed home after a Dave Thomas cross.
In the second half Uxbridge took the game to Wimbledon and were rewarded when on 65 minutes Dyer netted his second goal after being set up by substitute Lee Tunnell.
There was no way but for Wimbledon and the match finished with the Conference South side being reduced to 10 men when defender Alan Inns was sent off following a brawl after a bad challenge on Uxbridge keeper Paul McCarthy.
Hayes and Yeading United's first round clash with Grays Athletic at Church Road was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The match will now be played tomorrow night (Tuesday 16/12) with a 7.45pm kick off.