Adelaide United became the biggest scalp in FFA Cup history when they were kicked out the competition by state league side Redlands United in an amazing turnaround.
The double title-winning A-League side looked to be crusing to victory with just seconds left on the clock after a goal from Ryan Kitto just after the hour mark.
But as the clock ticked down in injury time, a long ball saw Eugene Galekovic have a brain snap and fumble the high bouncing ball, only to then have to watch in agony as Redlands hero Michael Lee walked the ball into his abandoned goal.
The last moment equaliser forced the game into extra time and Paul O'Brien became a legend as he sweetly struck his sot into the bottom corner and give the Queenslanders an amazing 2-1 win.
Elsewhere Melbourne Victory smashed Newcastle Jets 3-1 on the Hunter, with goals from Besart Berisha, a spot kick from Oliver Bozanic and a third via George Howard, with only Wayne Brown offering anything in return for the home side.
And in the nation's capital, Canberra Olympic sneaked past Surfers Paradise Apollo 1-0 after a first half goal from Philippe Bernabo-Madrid.
Finally, Bonnyrigg White Eagles whipped Manly United 3-0 after the kick off was delayed while the visitors awaited the kit man wh got held up in traffic on the way to the match. Goals from Michael Robinson, Asmir Kadric and Robert Younis allowed the home side to cruise past Lucas Neill's first club.