Hanwell Town's reward for their 5-0 demolition of Lordswood is a home tie with Ashford United in the Fourth Round of The FA Carlsberg Vase.
The Spartan South Midlands outfit were the biggest winners in Saturday's Third Round, and will again play at their Reynolds Field ground against the Kent side who triumphed 1-0 at home to Tring Athletic.
Vase holders Spennymoor Town, who beat Bridlington Town, will welcome Midland outfit Causeway United to Brewery Field for the next phase, which is due to be played on Saturday 18 January.
The FA Carlsberg Vase
Fourth Round Proper
Saturday 18 January 2014
Winning clubs to receive £2,000 from The FA's Prize Fund
Dunston UTS, Northern League rivals of Spennymoor and Vase winners in 2012, beat Whitley Bay on Saturday, a side with a real pedigree in the competition with four wins in the last 12 years. They've been given a home game with Coleshill Town.
Three of the 16 ties are awaiting replay results to determine who West Auckland Town, Hadleigh United and Bodmin Town will take on in the new year.
The draw in full
1 Newcastle Benfield v Congleton Town
2 Spennymoor Town v Causeway United
3 Ashington v Wisbech Town
4 AFC Rushden & Diamonds v St Andrews
5 Morpeth Town v Westfields
6 Dunston UTS v Coleshill Town
7 Brighouse Town or Whickham v West Auckland Town
8 Larkhall Athletic v Blackfield & Langley
9 Ampthill Town v Norwich United
10 Hallen v Alresford Town
11 Sholing v Hullbridge Sports
12 Moneyfields or Bitton v Hadleigh United
13 Hanworth Villa v Eastbourne United
14 Hanwell Town v Ashford United
15 Brightlingsea Regent or Colney Heath v Bodmin Town
16 East Preston v Brantham Athletic
All ties must be played on Saturday 18 January 2014, kick-off 3.00 pm with replays on or before Saturday 25 January 2014, kick-off 7.45 pm.