Barnet face an FA Cup replay with Aveley after a 2-2 draw, but Wealdstone bowed out of the competition after a 3-2 loss at Bromley.

Only four minutes had been played in the fourth qualifying round tie when Harry Pritchard put Bees in front at Parkside Stadium.

Callum Stead played the ball across the face of the home goal to find Pritchard, who placed it into the net.

But the visitors were forced into an early change on 16 minutes, with Sam Beard replacing Ben Coker.

Pritchard doubled his and Barnet's tally on 19 minutes, though, with a deflected effort which beat Millers keeper Jonathan North and found the bottom corner.

And Beard headed over the crossbar on 27 minutes, then sent another effort too high as Bees remained on top.

But Aveley answered three minutes before the break to halve the deficit, thanks to an overhead kick from Matt Rush, and Danny Collinge was booked before Zak Brunt fired wide during stoppage time.

Barnet went close to restoring their two-goal cushion on 55 minutes when Finley Potter fired against the crossbar from the edge of the box.

And North saved well when Brunt went clean through on goal just before the hour mark, with Anthony Hartigan booked soon after.

Aveley were reduced to 10 men with 11 minutes left as Charlee Hughes was dismissed for a second bookable offence, with Gary Hooper making his Barnet debut off the bench in place of Stead.

And the home side then went down to nine men when Garrett Kelly was given his marching orders following a second yellow card five minutes from time, only for Jon Benton to defy the odds and level in the last minute of normal time.

Courtney Senior curled just over in the fourth of eight extra minutes as it ended all square meaning a second meeting at The Hive.

Wealdstone, meanwhile, fell behind after only eight minutes at Bromley as Alex Kirk struck.

And Stones conceded again on 18 minutes as Michael Cheek netted.

Fela Olomola then fired high and wide against his former teammates, but the respite was brief for Stones as Ben Krauhaus made it 3-0 just past the half-hour mark.

A strong save by Jed Ward denied Olomola a fourth, before Byron Webster was booked for a foul on Tahvon Campbell and Max Kretzschmar also had his name taken.

Campbell fired just wide early in the second half as Stones looked for a boost, with Kretzschmar finding the net on 54 minutes after Charlie Barker's effort was blocked and fell kindly for him.

Micah Obiero made way for Nathan Ferguson just past the hour mark, with recent recruit Brandon Mason given his debut as a replacement for Mason Barrett soon after.

Abdul Abdulmalik came on for Ashley Charles in the third and final change for Stuart Maynard's men, with Barker heading just over from Kyle Smith's cross on 75 minutes.

Jaydn Mundle-Smith had an effort tipped over two minutes later as Stones continued to try and fight their way back into the tie, with Abdulmalik sending a long-range attempt just wide.

And Grant Smith tipped Ferguson's shot behind for a corner on 85 minutes to preserve Bromley's two-goal cushion, before Campbell fired into the side netting.

Ferguson did manage to net a second for Stones in the second minute of stoppage time, finishing well after being played through, but it was only a consolation as they bowed out.