Rory Williams set Gosport Borough on the way to a 2-0 win against Fareham Town in the Hampshire Senior Cup second round.
Substitute Justin Bennett scored the second goal.
Seconds earlier, Nathan Ashmore justified his recall to the side with a cracking save to deny Fareham an equaliser.
Hawks won 3-0 at Hartley Wintney to progress.
Dennis Oli scored twice and Alex Przespolewski also netted.
AFC Portchester recorded an impressive 3-1 success against AFC Totton to book their third-round spot.
Jack Salter-Vaile, Craig Hardy and Joe Bye netted for Portchester.
Director of football Mick Jenkins was impressed.
He said: ‘Whatever manager Graham Rix said at half-time worked, because we came out a totally different team.
‘We were easily the better side by the end and deserved to go through.’
United Services put in a good display but went down 3-1 at home to Basingstoke Town.
Minaz Uddin hit a cracking 70th-minute consolation goal for US.
Sailors boss Bob Brady said: ‘I was proud of the way my lads kept going in the second half.
‘Sixteen-year-old Sam Street was outstanding for us on the right side of midfield.
‘Our fitness levels were outstanding.’
Petersfield Town thumped Fleet Spurs 8-1 at Love Lane.
Steve Cammack (2), Wayne Grant, Joel Richardson (2), Mike Assare, Will Essay and Aaron Camp hit the goal trail.
Meanwhile, in the Wessex League premier division Moneyfields beat Bemerton Heath Harlequins 4-3 at Dover Road.
Jake Raine and Steve Hutchings each scored twice.