Conference side Kidderminster will play Premier League Sunderland in the fourth round of the FA Cup, after knocking out League One Peterborough.
Harriers won their third round replay at London Road 3-2, with Joe Lolley scoring the winner.
The result comes just a week after Kidderminster sacked manager Steve Burr and brought in former Coventry boss Andy Thorn on a one-year rolling contract.
Kidderminster Harriers manager Steve Burr has left the club as directors push for promotion this season.
The team are currently in seventh place in the Conference Premier - but a statement by club bosses states they will take "whatever step necessary" to get back into the Football League.
The Board of Directors released a statement today confirming Burr had left Aggborough Stadium with immediate effect.
Everybody at the club would like to place on record its unreserved thanks to Steve for his efforts whilst in post.
The Board of Directors would like to state explicitly again that its sole ambition for this season is to achieve promotion back to the Football League and that they are fully committed to taking whatever step necessary to reach that goal.
- Shrewsbury Town 1-0 Oldham Athletic
Conference play-off semi-final first leg:
- Wrexham 2-1 Kidderminster Harriers
Kidderminster Harriers have completely turned things around this season – the team lost their first five games but are now at the top of the Conference National league.
In results alone, they've performed better than Manchester United, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Kidderminster Harriers make a statement following the bus attack after Monday's game against Luton Town.
A Kidderminster Harriers fan has been stabbed twice and another injured in an attack in Luton.
Both were taken to The Luton and Dunstable Hospital after they were attacked on a coach returning from yesterday's match with Luton Town.
Four men have been arrested.
The two men were on one of five bus loads of supporters who had travelled to support Kidderminster Harriers against Luton Town FC.
Police said that as the coaches queued in traffic about a mile from the Kenilworth Road ground an argument broke out between "local residents" and supporters.
Four local men have been arrested and police are investigating the violence which broke out in Dunstable Street near the Mansfield Road junction.
Two Kidderminster Harriers fans are in hospital after their coach home from the Luton Town match was attacked. One of the men was stabbed twice but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. Four men have been arrested.