Wayside Celtic came from a goal down to shock St Mochtas in the Metro Cup on Wednesday night.
Mochtas fell by the Wayside at the first Metro hurdle as the side relegated from Senior Sunday last season fought back to eventually register a scalp.
Mochtas started the game brightly and minutes after he had just headed over the cross bar former Sheriff front man Keith Dunne was breaking the dead lock.
A brilliant header saw the Saints take the lead and a routine victory looked on the cards.
Anthony Byrne had an effort from range, before David Somers cross come shot was close to being turned home by David Lacey.
However, Wayside began to grow into the tie. Indeed, the hosts needed a brave Mark Osbourne save to deny Ricki Le Harte. Osbourne was on hand to keep his side in front again soon after with another fine save.
Karl Somers then forced the visiting keeper Doran into a save with a low drive before he denied Lacey in a similar fashion.
Doran then managed to reach a top corner bound effort to prevent David Somers from doubling the advantage.
The save proved pivotal as within three minutes and one minute shy of the break Celtic levelled.
Thomas O’Hanlon fired into the roof of the net to level matters before the turn.
Both keepers continued to impress after the turn as both sides created chances. The likes of Burke, Somers, Lacey and Zambra all denied.
Wayside were starting to enjoy a spell of possession and after being denied by another Osbourne save took the lead via John Flood.
The chances of a home fight back were then made harder as Mocthas were reduced to 10. Kelly did head over late on, but the hosts couldn’t force extra time and exited the cup.