Jake Gosling's second-half strike helped non-league Dorchester produce another FA Cup upset this weekend as they reached the second round with a 1-0 win over League Two side Plymouth.
The Pilgrims got off to a bad start when Conor Hourihane picked up two yellow cards inside the opening 10 minutes.
Exeter loanee Gosling, released by Plymouth aged 16, converted from close range after a left-wing cross had been flicked on by long-serving defender Mark Jermyn to book the Blue Square Bet South side a second-round clash at fellow non-league outfits Luton or Nuneaton.
Only a late strike from Calvin Zola prevented another surprise result as Burton snatched a 3-3 draw at home to Blue Square Bet North side Altrincham.
Albion are play-off contenders in League Two and although Altrincham striker Damian Reeves saw his fourth-minute spot-kick saved, they still took a 2-0 half-time lead thanks to Carl Rodgers' strike and Nathan Stanton's own goal.
Zander Diamond halved the deficit and Robbie Weir missed a penalty before Jacques Maghoma levelled proceedings.
Burton still looked to be heading out when defender Damien McCrory put through his own net in the 86th minute but Zola spared their blushes to ensure a replay, with Crewe awaiting the winners.
Gloucester City and Leyton Orient's clash as well as Braintree's encounter with League One leaders Tranmere both fell foul of the weather, with Alfreton and Chesterfield awaiting the respective winners.
New dates for the rearranged games are yet to be announced.
Non-league Chelmsford were rewarded for Saturday's victory over Colchester with a trip to the Us' League One rivals Crawley in the second round.
Hereford upset Shrewsbury on Saturday and will next travel to Cheltenham, currently third in League Two, with the clashes set to be played on the weekend of December 1 and 2.
Macclesfield were shock winners over Swindon and they have been drawn to face either Guiseley or Barrow, while Blue Square North team Harrogate upset League Two Torquay and will relish the chance to play the Isthmian Premier Division side Hastings United.
MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon will set up a mouthwatering clash if they can beat Cambridge and York in their respective first-round replays.
AFC Wimbledon, a club created following the relocation of Wimbledon to Milton Keynes, made their feelings known following the draw.
"AFC Wimbledon is a fan-owned club. We are proud of that fact and also that we returned to the Football League the proper way, rising through the football pyramid," said a club statement.
"While we would rather not have been drawn in this tie, like everything we do, we will approach this game in a professional manner if it happens."
Slough Town, the lowest-ranked side left in the competition, must beat Mansfield in their replay to set up an away clash with Lincoln or Walsall.
Former Sheffield United boss Micky Adams will take his Port Vale side to Bramall Lane in one of the more intriguing ties, League Two leaders Gillingham travel to Preston and Bury welcome Southend.
Carlisle host Bournemouth and Oldham entertain Doncaster in the two League One ties, Crewe await the winner of Burton and Altrincham and Notts County visit Rotherham.
Northampton will welcome Bradford or Brentford, Oxford must travel to Accrington and Fleetwood host Aldershot.
Coventry will wait for Morecambe or Rochdale and Dorchester Town or Plymouth will travel to Luton Town or Nuneaton Town.