Hall Farm Glasshus are through to the biggest game in their history – the Durham County Minor Cup final.
The Sunderland side outgunned Felling Magpies 3-0 in their semi-final at Leyburn Grove and will meet Shildon Railway in the final.
Chris Bewick produced a man-of-the-match performance to inspire Hall Farm, who won well, thanks to strikes from two-goal Martin Hope and Liam Wooton, with Lee Smith keeping a clean sheet.
The other semi-final saw Crook and District League outfit Shildon Railway overcome visitors Stockton West End A 3-1.
Ross Hutchinson, Terry Gillan and Morghan Claydon steered Railway through before the Teessiders responded late on.
There were two League Challenge Cup ties played, both in Group Two.
Adam Lee-Shield’s double set up a 5-2 success for Bishop Auckland Reserves at Blackhill & Ebchester, supported by efforts from Thomas Fisk, Jon-Paul Gabrielle and star man Stuart Maughan.
Stephen Agnew fired both consolations for Blackhill, whose top performer was Stuart McKenna.
Table-toppers Wheatley Hill WMC won 4-2 at West Auckland Tunns, who ended up with nine men following dismissals for Andrew Howard and Joe King.
Andrew Campion hit both goals for Tunns, but Lee Westgarth’s hat-trick sparked the visitors, with John Davies also on target. Robert Mawson stood out for Wheatley.