BARTLEY Reds Sunday moved level on points with Hewell in Bromsgrove League Division Three after they beat the prison side 6-2.
Brett Wilson (3), Ian Sutherland, Sammy Tennant and Lee Clarke bagged the goals for Bartley against Hewell, who have now lost their last three games in the division after previously going nine unbeaten.
Hewell now only top the division by virtue of their far superior goal difference.
There was one other game Division Three where Stoke Prior secured a 4-1 victory over Redditch United Sunday.
Josh Keys was on target for Redditch.
In the sole Division One game, Bartley Green Owls secured a 4-0 victory over Kings Heath Albion.
Longbridge Social moved to within three points of out-of-action Division Two leaders Studley Swan following their 3-0 victory at South Birmingham.
Luke Wyatt, Ollie Walls and Tom Jack were on target.
Lickey End Social secured a 5-3 win at Meadow Park while Quinton Athletic got the better of Rubery Legends 3-1, thanks to a Matt Carter brace and strike from Tom Gardner-Bennett.
Black Horse booked their place in the fourth round of the Birmingham FA Premier Cup with a 2-0 victory over Netherton Colts Senior.
Austin Ex Apprentices also progressed after edging out Bedworth Travellers 5-4 on penalties following a 3-3 draw after 90 minutes.
Brad Bullimore hit the winning spot-kick for Austin.
Hawthorns reached the fourth round of the Worcestershire FA Premier Cup with a 2-1 victory over much-fancied Callow End.
Chaddesley Ravens also progressed after easing to a 6-0 victory over Astwood while Bromsgrove Corinthians beat Harriers Trust 5-4 on penalties after a goalless 90 minutes.
Broughsons eased into the third round of the Worcestershire FA Junior Cup with a 7-2 victory at Bewdley Arches while SHTP edged out Plough Dukes 3-2.
There was no luck for Chadddesley Pensioners, Solihull Moors and Redditch Borough A, though, as they all suffered penalty shoot-out heartache to FC Korono, Perdiswell Colts and Drakes Broughton Rangers respectively.