Billericay Town, Harrow Borough and Hendon all secured wins in the FA Trophy third qualifying round, as Haringey Borough and Redbridge won penalty shoot-outs.

But Hornchurch lost out on spot-kicks, while Enfield Town and Wingate & Finchley were beaten in normal time to also exit the competitions.

Isthmian League Premier Division Billericay produced a stunning comeback to beat Felixstowe & Walton at New Lodge, after taking the lead through Matt Dench.

Joshua Mayhew and Samuel Ford replied for the visitors to turn the tie around as three goals were scored in five minutes.

And Mayhew made it 3-1 early in the second half, before Frankie Merrifield hit back just past the hour mark.

Bradley Stevenson's penalty squared matters, with Moses Emmanuel sealing a 4-3 in the last minute of normal time for Gary McCann's men.

Southern League Premier outfit Harrow Borough edged past Margate in a goal of two penalties.

Tyler Tobin saved a first-half effort to deny the visitors, while Stefan Powell netted the rebound from Lonit Talla's second-half spot-kick.

North London neighbours Hendon overcame a sluggish first-half display to beat AFC Sudbury 3-1 at Silver Jubilee Park.

Blaise Riley-Snow gave the Greens an early second-half lead with a superb solo effort, with Dave Diedhiou doubling the advantage for Lee Allinson's men.

Romario Dunne replied with a fine strike for the visitors, before Niko Muir netted in stoppage time.

Isthmian North Redbridge secured a place in the first round for the first time since the 2005-6 season after beating Badshot Lea.

Their tie remained goalless, but Motormen won 4-1 on penalties to go through.

Isthmian Premier outfit Haringey kept their cool from the spot to triumph at Folkestone Invicta after a 2-2 draw.

Tom Loizou's men fell behind to an Ira Jackson penalty early in the second half, but Michael O'Donoghue levelled six minutes from time.

And although Jackson restored Folkestone's lead as normal time drew to a close, Matt Young netted a late leveller to send it to a shoot-out, with Haringey converting all five of their penalties and seeing Ted Collins save a home effort in a 5-3 win.

Hornchurch bowed out in dramatic circumstances at Leiston, though, after missing an injury-time penalty.

Tom Wraight converted from the spot on 24 minutes to put the 2021 winners in front in Suffolk, but Joseph Chidyausiku levelled midway through the second half.

Wraight then missed a chance to win it in the third minute of stoppage time, after Ade Yusuff was fouled, and Urchins went down 9-8 in the shoot-out.

Joe Wright saved from Chidyausiku, but Ryan Scott then missed a chance to seal victory before it went to sudden death.

And Nathan Bertram-Cooper saw his spot-kick saved by Sam Donkin to send Steve Morison's men out a few days after their FA Cup exit at the hands of Aveley.

There was late heartbreak for Enfield Town as well as they suffered defeat in a seven-goal thriller at Chesham United.

Jordan Edwards put the hosts ahead after just six minutes, but Sam Young cancelled that out almost immediately.

And after Steve Brown restored Chesham's lead, Kyle Bailey levelled for a second time before the half-hour mark.

Lucas Sinclair gave the home side their third lead of the tie on the hour, but Young replied from the penalty spot midway through the second half.

But with a penalty shoot-out looming, Sinclair struck at the end of normal time to send Gavin Macpherson's men out.

Wingate & Finchley were upset by Bury Town at the Maurice Rebak Stadium, where a 51st-minute goal from the impressive Jose Santa de la Paz was enough for the visitors.

Jardel Adeyinka fired Wingate's best chance straight at keeper Danny Cullum.