Worthing beat Enfield Town 4-1 to go third in the Bostik Premier.
It was a a tough first half and Enfield looked dangerous but Adam Hinshelwood's side defended well and nicked a goal on the break through Jesse Starkey.
Enfield were reduced to 10 men after a handball on the line but David Ajiboye missed the chance to make it 2-0 from the spot. But he made up for the penalty miss by making it 2-0.
Enfield pulled one back before Zack Newtomn made it 3-1. Ajiboye claimed his second to finish off the second and end a very satisfactory night for Worthing.
The club tweeted: "A really close game until the Enfield red card, we then went through the gears and made the extra man count to take home an important 3 points!".
Worthing also found out their FA Trophy opponents tonight as Bedford beat Chipstead 2-0 in their reply.
SEE ALSO Worthing through in FA Trophy despite going to down to 10-men in first half | Hinshelwood wants 'Trophy' fever to grip Worthing | Worthing boss Adam Hinshelwood on his defence, Danny Barker and Kleton Perntreou after FA Trophy win