CORSHAM Town reached the semi-finals of the FA Vase following a 3-2 penalty shoot-out victory over Peacehaven and Telscombe on Saturday.

The Wiltshire side are just one game from the final at Wembley Stadium after their spot-kick success followed a 1-1 draw in normal time.

Substitute Ryan Bath put the Quarrymen ahead with his first touch after being sent on midway through the second half in Sussex, moments before Peacehaven hit the bar down the other end.

With the home side piling on the pressure, Corsham were forced to clear off their own line with a little more than 10 minutes to play.

The Hellenic League Premier Division outfit could not hold on, however, as their Southern Combination League side equalised via a scramble in the box prior to added time being shown.

FA Vase rules saw the game go straight to penalties, with both sides netting their first and missing their second, respectively.

The pattern was repeated in the third and fourth attempts for each team, but after a Corsham player held their nerve in round five, goalkeeper Sam Jepson kept out the final Peacehaven penalty to send the Quarrymen into the final four of the national competition.

Corsham could be drawn against either Ascot United, Congleton Town, or holders Newport Pagnell when the draw is made on Monday.