Goalkeeper Brad Wilson scored for Rothwell Corinthians as they kept their FA Vase hopes alive with a 3-3 draw against Tring Athletic at Sergeants Lawn.
The visitors took the lead through Chris Vardy but Jordan Henson equalised early in the second period.
Tring looked to be heading through when Kieran Turner regained the lead but stopper Wilson, who was making his seasonal bow for Corinthians, went up for a stoppage-time set-piece and struck to send the second qualifying round tie into extra-time.
Henson grabbed his second of the game on 99 minutes but Tring secured a replay on Tuesday night courtesy of Sam Joliffe’s goal late on.
Raunds Town sealed their place in the first round proper as they beat neighbours Wellingborough Town 1-0 at Kiln Park in the second qualifying round clash.
The Chromasport & Trophies United Counties League Division One outfit edged out their Premier Division visitors thanks to Rick Chambers’ goal just before half-time.
Chris Bradshaw was denied a victory in his first game as caretaker-manager of Desborough Town as a last-gasp goal earned Wisbech Town a 1-1 draw.
The post Ian Walker era looked like it would be getting off to a good start for Ar Tarn when Jake Bettles put them in front on 58 minutes.
But they couldn’t hold on and the Fenmen snatched a point deep into stoppage-time thanks to Matt Sparrow.
Stewarts & Lloyds stayed on top of the UCL Division One after they claimed an excellent 3-0 win at Thrapston Town.
Chris Logan gave the Foundrymen an early advantage and that was doubled by Dany Reid just before the break.
And the visitors put the final outcome beyond doubt when Paddy Daniels grabbed the third on 59 minutes.
Rushden & Higham United moved into third place as two second-half goals secured a 2-0 victory over fellow high-fliers Oakham United at Hayden Road.
A 68th-minute own-goal from Matt Holland broke the deadlock and the Lankies completed an impressive win when Korey Morgan struck in the last minute.
Luke Smith enjoyed a good start to life as manager of Burton Park Wanderers as they picked up their first point of the season at the ninth time of asking.
Wanderers drew 0-0 at Buckingham Town and that was enough to lift them off the bottom of the table as they moved above St Neots Town Saints on goal difference.
Whitworth became Peterborough Sports’ latest victims as they made it seven wins from seven matches with a 5-1 victory.
Avelino Vieira put the hosts in front but the Flourmen hit back thanks to James Hudson’s equaliser.
However, Karl Gibbs made it 2-1 before the break and then further goals from Vieira, Jake Sansby and Jordan Mcleod rounded things off for Sports.
Irchester United shared the points with Lutterworth Athletic as they drew 2-2 at Alfred Street.
Mapeo Mendes put the Romans in front after six minutes, only for Dom Ivens to level things up soon after.
Lutterworth took the lead for the first time through Danny Laywood before the break but Dave Miles struck two minutes into the second half to earn Irchester a point.