Lincoln City produced a fabulous second-half fightback as they marched into the last 16 of the FA Trophy with a 3-1 win at Braintree.
The Imps started brightly and could have taken the lead inside a minute but Tom Miller blazed Sean Newton's cross over the bar.
The home side hit back immediately through Kenny Davis who twisted and turned his way into the box only for Paul Farman to keep out his low save.
Alan Devonshire's side then broke the deadlock in the 19th minute when a long ball into the box fell to Sean Marks.
The striker, six yards out, made no mistake by bending his shot around the outstretched arm of Paul Farman and into the far corner.
City thought they had equalised just minutes later when Chris Sharp's looping header sailed past Nik Hamann.
But his joy was cut short as the referee's assistant ruled he was in an offside position.
However, the striker was not to be denied as he equalised in the 59th minute with a terrific header from Sean Newton's cross.
City then went ahead in the last minute when Luke Foster ghosted in to meet Miller's long throw.
And the win was rounded off when Bohan Dixon's shot hit the post hit goalkeeper Nik Hamann and went in.