Non-league Stourbridge will go into the FA Cup second round draw following a spirited 3-3 draw at nine-man Plymouth.
Argyle - down to 10 men at the time - looked to be heading out of the cup until Onismor Bhasera cut through the visitors defence before smashing home a left-footed leveller two minutes from time.
Stourbridge fought back from going 1-0 behind to a fourth-minute Warren Feeney goal to take a 2-1 lead though impressive striker Ryan Rowe in the 53rd minute.
Rowe latched on to a bouncing through ball from the right from Aaron Drake to send a superb lob over Argyle's experienced French keeper Romain Larrieu and in, to the delight of more than 800 travelling fans behind the goal.
Rowe proved a handful to the Argyle defence all afternoon and was involved in the Glassboys 37th-minute leveller, forcing a full stretch save from Larrieu. Leon Broadhurst kept the ball alive and Drake was on hand to slot home. Argyle player-manager Carl Fletcher had made it 2-2 in the 70th minute, with a shot that took a looping deflection to beat Glassboys goalkeeper Lewis Solly.
Sean Gebbis roofed home an 82nd-minute penalty to put Gary Hackett's side 3-2 ahead after Robbie Williams was sent off for a foul on visiting striker Ryan Rowe before Bhasera ensured a replay. Argyle ended the game with nine men following a stoppage time second yellow card for Conor Hourihane.