Corby Town will travel to Colwyn Bay in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.
The Steelmen were handed the trip to the Skrill North side in this morning’s draw, which was made live on talkSPORT radio.
It means Corby will be up against the club they battled with in a relegation dogfight last season, which ultimately led to the Steelmen dropping into the Calor League Premier Division.
Joint-managers Andrew Wilson and Tommy Wright saw their team earn a place in the final qualifying stage with a seventh home win in a row at the weekend as they beat Trafford 4-2 at Steel Park.
Colwyn currently sit in 15th place in the Skrill North and are yet to win a home league game so far this season but their two home successes have come in the FA Cup as they beat Harrogate Town in the second qualifying round before seeing of Ossett Town 2-1 at the weekend.
The tie will be played on Saturday, October 26 with a place alongside the Sky Bet League One and League Two sides in the first round proper at stake.