DYLAN Hart and Kyle Belmonte both scored in stoppage time as Worcester City produced a dramatic finale at Boston Town to book their place in the fourth-round of the Isuzu FA Vase.

After a competitive 90 minutes in which Boston more than played their part, Hart flicked home the winner from Liam Lockett's cross to spark wild celebrations with the travelling supporters behind the goal.

Boston had their chances and went closest late on through Harry Limb but Belmonte then made sure of the victory with the last kick of the game to secure City's passage, leaving Boston players on their knees wondering what might have been.

Worcester News: Following a 150-mile trip up to Lincolnshire, it was a first-half that City were unable to ease into and Boston pressed high and made possession difficult for the visitors, who dominated the ball without being able to create a goal-scoring opportunity.

At the other end, The Poachers were posing a threat on the counter and from set-pieces but were also unable to really test Haydn Whitcombe in the Worcester goal and it remained goalless at the break.

Worcester upped the pressure in the second-half and began to force Boston back, but it was the hosts who almost took the lead from a corner, only for Whitcombe to claw a close-range header off the line.

City continued to dominate the ball but were still struggling to make anything stick and heading towards the last 10 minutes of the game, Boston substitute Limb had the game's best chance as City wobbled.

The winger burst past Kirk Layton into the City box and looked to curl the ball into the far corner, but Whitcombe made himself big and stopped the effort before Calvin Dinsley hacked the ball clear as Boston looked to force the rebound over the line.

Penalties looked inevitable as stoppage time arrived, but a moment of real quality from City's top-goalscorer Lockett proved decisive. He took on his man on the edge of the the box, getting to the byline before cutting it back to substitute Hart who flicked home the winner.

It felt cruel on Boston, who had gone toe-to-toe with City throughout the 90 minutes and they were hit with another late goal as Belmonte reacted quickest to Izak Reid's saved effort to thump home and book City's place in the fourth-round.