Bury wrote a fairytale chapter into their 123-year history by beating Championship side Norwich 2-1 in their FA Cup third-round replay.
The cash-strapped League Two outfit - who sacked manager Chris Casper and director of football Keith Alexander the previous day - went ahead through defender Ben Futcher in the 18th minute.
Leading goalscorer Andy Bishop applied a neat finish to claim his 12th of the season shortly after the hour mark to secure a famous win and set up a fourth-round trip to Southampton.
The giantkilling act left Norwich boss Glenn Roeder and his players seriously humiliated, and substitute Dion Dublin's scrappy late strike (86) ultimately counted for nothing.
But this was Bury's night and they could potentially earn up to £100,000 from their trip to Southampton, serving as a massive boost to the club's coffers.