Struggling Luton stunned League One Walsall by knocking their Bescot hosts out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy with a last-gasp 1-0 victory.
The winning goal came in the 89th minute at the Banks's Stadium on Tuesday night when Tom Craddock, on loan from Middlesbrough, saw his shot blocked and Rossi Jarvis followed up to hammer the ball into the net.
It was no more than League Two basement boys Luton deserved because they had been the better side throughout against a Walsall side who rarely looked capable of scoring.
In the first half, Craddock frequently unsettled the home defence with his control and movement and it needed a brilliant save from Walsall keeper Clayton Ince to keep out a point-blank header Claude Gnakpa in the 11th minute.
It was not until the 34th minute that Walsall managed to offer anything going forward, when Michael Ricketts headed over the bar when he should have scored from Chris Palmer's cross.
Walsall had a little more of the play in the second half but made no real impression even after their former player Ian Roper had to go off with a cut head in the 53rd minute.