FOUR out of five Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination cup matches went to penalties on a dramatic Sunday.
The only game that did not was the BRT Terry Cup semi-final in which New Woodland Cottage defeated South Redditch 4-2 thanks largely to a Stu Byng hat-trick.
At the age of 30, Wayne Whitehouse netted his first goal to aid the Cottage cause, whilst Gary Farmer and Ian Leighton scored for South Redditch.
SCC Redolence moved into the second round of the Pat Sanders Cup with a 3-1 penalty shoot-out victory over SO Goose Greenlands following a 1-1 draw. Aiden Jones scored for Goose and Andy Seager struck for SCC.
Golden Cross defeated Beoley Village 3-2 on penalties following a goalless draw to secure their place in the semi-finals.
The Studley Charity Cup final line-up is confirmed after AFC Lions and Redditch Town booked their places in the showpiece.
Lions defeated Lodge Park 4-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw which saw Richard Tyler on the mark for Lions and Pete Murphy and Ant Jones score for Lodge Park.
Town prevailed 4-3 on spot kicks following a 1-1 draw against Cross, for whom Joe Reeves scored. Jamie Wright struck for Town.
The final will take place at Studley FC on Thursday, April 13 (7pm).
Dave White bagged a brace and Shane Kelleher, Karl Surman and an own goal also helped Shakespeare Studley to a 5-2 Division Two victory at VKL United, for whom Dan Bennett and Brad Meddings scored.
In external cups, Austin Ex-Apprentices clinched their place in the final of Birmingham FA Roger Wood Cup after beating Otter and Vixen from the Wolverhampton league 3-2.
However, Studley Swan lost 2-1 to Meadow Park Youth in the Bromsgrove Charity Cup semi-finals.