SAMI Kanani and super-sub Andy Juett grabbed the glory as Bedfont Sunday pulled off a stunning 4-2 FA Sunday Cup win over 10-man Westoning.
Terry Reader's men did it the hard way over 120 minutes against a side sporting seven ex-St Josephs players, twice winners of the cup.
Bedfont dominated the first-half, with Kanani and Adam Turner both going close, while Kendrick Harriot had a good shout for a penalty refused.
However, it was goalless at half-time, and worse followed after the break when Westoning broke the deadlock against the run of play.
This was Juett's cue to rise from the bench and turn the game on its head with two goals in a matter of minutes.
Westoning's scorer was then sent off, but just as it appeared all over, a defensive mix-up allowed the 10 men to force the extra 30 minutes.
Sunday's response was emphatic as they struck a killer blow straight from the kick-off.
Mark Scotchford was the creator with a sublime 70-yard pass to Kanani, who rolled the ball between the keeper's legs.
Minutes later, Juett beat the Bedfordshire side's offside trap to set up Kanani's second and his team's fourth, and the game was over.
Eighteen-year-old Jack Saville was named man-of-the-match, and Sunday now wait to see if they will welcome Brixton United or Hazelhurst in round three.