Runcorn ran out late winners in the FA Trophy at the Coach and Horses, beating Sheffield FC 3-2 with an injury time goal.
Sheffield took the lead on 6 minutes, as Cody Prior hit a pile driver from the edge of the box, and remained in the lead until Craig Lindfield put an excellent free kick away just before the half time whistle.
Linnets took the lead on 57 minutes, Murray streaked clear for Runcorn but Jonathan Hedge saved his shot, but Ryan Brooke was the quickest to react and calmly belted it into the unguarded net.
The game was levelled once again, as a loose ball was jumped on by Ashley Grayson, who lashed the ball home.
The visitors snatched it at the death, long ball tossed in to the middle, and Sean O’Mahoney headed home.
Sheffield: 1 Jonathan Hedge, 2 Ben Turner (Matthew Roney 90′), 3 Jamie Green, 4 Stuart Ludlam, 5 Josh Burns, 6 Ashley Grayson, 7 Foday Nabay (Joel Purkiss 65′), 8 Jamie Yates , 9 Marc Newsham, 10 Alex Wonham, 11 Cody Prior
Subs: 12 Max Rhodes, 14 Edward Cribley, 15 Sheldon Jordan, 16 Joel Purkiss, 17 Matthew Roney
Runcorn Linnets: 1 Niki-Lee Bulmer, 2 Ally Brown, 3 James Short, 4 Louis Hayes (Ben Wharton 82′), 5 Sean O’Mahoney, 6 Scott Lycett, 7 Stuart Crilly, 8 Tom McCready, 9 Ryan Brooke (Jacques Welsh 82′), 10 Iwan Murray (Tom Ruffer 90′), 11 Craig Lindfield
Subs: 12 Jacques Welsh, 14 Ben Wharton, 15 Adam Barthram, 16 Alex Turner, 17 Tom Ruffer