Bromsgrove Sporting 0
Morpeth Town 0
Morpeth Town win 4-3 on penalties
Morpeth Town beat Bromsgrove via a penalty shootout, in what was a drab affair at the Victoria Ground.
After a goalless 90 minutes, the visitors' goalkeeper Daniel Lowson scored the shootout's decisive penalty to send the Highwaymen back to Morpeth victorious.
The lively Jack Foalle had a couple of opportunities inside the first half an hour but was unable to make the most of them for the away side.
The 31st minute saw Connor Oliver have a shot from a decent position but he could only hit it at Sporting stopper Aaron Clayton.
Bromsgrove's Connor Taylor had an effort from range go wide in the 37th minute, with keeper Lowson miles out of his goal.
Sporting defenders Charlie Wise and Joel Kettle had headed efforts that they were unable to make the most of inside the first 20 minutes of the second half.
Morpeth's Andrew Johnson had a brace of chances late in the game to break the deadlock, the second of which being an stoppage time header from close range that went just wide of the post.
Penalties ensued after the 90 minutes produced no goals. The shootout started brightly for Sporting, with Taylor scoring and Clayton saving Joseph Walton's attempt.
However, Jack Hallahan missing the target and Miro Pais having his shot saved resulted in Morpeth's keeper Lowson having the opportunity to win the match - up he stepped, thumping home into the net.
Entertainment Rating: 1/5
Player of the Match: Jack Foalle (Morpeth Town)
50/50 number: 07902