Fighting in the seventh tier, Bracknell suffered a 3-0 FA Cup first-round defeat to League One outfit Ipswich.
The visiting class was finally told when a second-half spree killed the Southern League Premier Division South side’s fairytale, their first first-round appearance since 2000.
Captain Dan Bayliss’ own goal broke resistance before Freddie Ladapo and Panutche Camara faced off in the second round with Buxton, another out-of-competition side.
Bracknell stopper Michael Eacott made two good saves to keep Ladapo out, either side of his blatant first-half miss.
But winger Kane Vincent-Young turned the game upside down within seven second half minutes.
At first it was heartbreak for Bayliss when he hit a drilled cross from Vincent-Young in the 66th minute.
And then he provided a fine ball for Ladapo to finally find the back of the net.
Vincent-Young, 26, was denied an own goal by the offside flag.
Summer signing Camara added the finishing touch nine minutes before time with his first goal for the club after a deadly counterattack.
Alvechurch draws Forest Green in FA Cup second round
Non-League Alvechurch have been rewarded for their FA Cup giant-killing exploits with a trip to Forest Green in the second round.
The Worcestershire side, who play in the seventh division of the Southern League Premier Central Division and are the lowest-ranked team in the league, surprised Sky Bet League One side Cheltenham on Saturday.
They now play against another third tier team at Forest Green, who are in 23rd place, who have themselves eliminated non-League South Shields following Monday’s draw.
In another intriguing draw, Wrexham, one of the pacesetters of the National League, hosts the National League South Farnborough.
Wrexham, who has been rejuvenated after their high-profile Hollywood takeover last year, passed Oldham over the weekend while Farnborough overcame Sutton.
Ebbsfleet, also of the National League South, faces League One opposition in Fleetwood, while King’s Lynn, the National League North’s high-flyer, takes on League Two Stevenage.
National League South Chippenham, who claimed a shocking win over League One Lincoln, will face another side of the same division in Burton.
Curzon Ashton will face Grimsby as they can see Cambridge and Solihull will face Harrogate as they pass Hartlepool. Barnet of Chelmsford meanwhile are going to Accrington and Woking will host Exeter if they can take out
There is an all-League One clash between Portsmouth and MK Dons and two League Two clubs in Walsall and Carlisle will face each other.
Full FA Cup second round draw
Ties will be played on the weekend of November 25-27
Curzon Ashton of Cambridge United vs Grimsby
Wrexham vs Farnborough
Accrington vs Barnet of Chelmsford
Ebbsfleet vs Fleetwood
Ipswich vs Buxton
Barnsley vs Crewe
Forest Green vs Alvechurch
Portsmouth vs MK Dons
Shrewsbury vs Peterborough of Salford
Solihull Moors of Hartlepool vs Harrogate
King’s Lynn Town vs Stevenage
Charlton vs Stockport
Bristol Rovers vs Boreham Wood
Dagenham & Redbridge vs AFC Fylde of Gillingham
Woking of Oxford United vs Exeter
Sheffield Wednesday vs Mansfield
Weymouth or AFC Wimbledon vs Chesterfield
Burton vs Chippenham Town
Walsall vs Carlisle
Newport vs Torquay or Derby