Accrington booked their place in the Northern Section quarter-final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy with a 2-0 win against Shrewsbury Town at the Crown Ground.
Second-half goals from Gary King and Dean Winnard set up a home tie against Bury for John Coleman's men.
Shrewsbury's Chris Neal was the busier goalkeeper during the first half and pulled off a tremendous save when he pushed Billy Kee's 25-yard volley over the crossbar.
The visitors created little in the opening 45 minutes, their best effort a 20-yard drive from Lewis Neal that was heading towards the top corner until Phil Edwards diverted the effort over the top.
Minutes into the second half Accrington had the lead. Edwards' freekick from the left prompted an attempted scissor kick by Kee - he missed the ball completely but Michael Symes was able to tee up King who fired home from 10 yards.
Shrewsbury barely had time to regroup when Stanley added a second, Winnard turning Bobby Grant's cross into the net from close range.
Winnard prevented a goal at the other end when flung himself into the path of Nathan Elder's shot and seconds later substitute Will Richards had a rising shot tipped over the bar by Martin.
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