Alfreton Town are through to the second round of the FA Cup for the first time in their history after a dramatic six-goal thriller at the Impact Arena.
Alfreton were a goal down at half time despite Martin McIntosh scoring the first goal after just four minutes.
Bury Town equalised through Gavin Johnson on 22 minutes and Lee Reed put the visitors ahead on 34 minutes.
In the second half Alfreton turned on the power and equalised on 61 minutes with a close range header from Leo Fortune-West to finish Josh Law's corner.
Three minutes later Alfreton took the lead in front of the 1,060-strong crowd with a coolly-taken penalty byJosh Law into the top right corner after Paul Clayton had been pulled down in the area by Sam Nunn.
The Reds made sure of their place in the next round with a 92nd minute goal from man-of-the-match Paul Clayton who sped away down the left, cut in along the byline and clipped his shot over the Bury keeper from four yards out.
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