Bakers Arms booked their place in the semi-finals of the Adver Cup thanks to a 3-1 win against Swindon AFC.
After a goalless first half, Bakers Arms broke the deadlock in the second half with goals from Levi Kuenen, Ashton Glover and Daniel Hiscocks clinching victory.
To their credit, Swindon AFC never gave up and got their reward with a late consolation goal.
Bakers Arms now face Lower Stratton in the last four while Tawny Owl will take on Division One high-flyers Ruby Removals.
In the George Thomas / Don Rogers Cup, Supermarine DC paid the price for a player shortage as they went down 4-3 against Redhouse.
Playing with just 10 men for 70 minutes, Supermarine found themselves 3-0 down.
But the arrival of their 11th player kick-started their comeback and goals from Kyle Bowyer (2) and Brendor Nkegbe saw them level the tie.
Unfortunately for Supermarine, Redhouse scored a late winner to progress into the next round.
Redhouse now face North Swindon in the last four with FC Dorcan and Village Inn contesting the other semi-final.
In a top-of-the-table clash in Division One, Marlborough came out on top, 2-1, against Chiseldon.
Jame Lovell had given Chiseldon the lead before Marlborough bounced back to snatch victory.
Kevin Murphy hit four goals as Villkage Inn beat Brockhill 5-2.
Craig Kelly adding the icing on the cake for Village, scoring their fifth goal.