Shrewsbury 2-1 Rotherham
Shrewsbury came from behind to secure their spot in the third round of the FA Cup with a win over 10-man Rotherham.
Lewis Grabban converted a penalty after Matt Richards fouled Sam Wood but the Millers then had Marcus Marshall sent off for two yellow card offences.
Ex-Rotherham captain Ian Sharps levelled from close range for his first goal of the season after Conrad Logan failed to hold Mark Wright's corner.
Nick Wroe's penalty won it following Johnny Mullins's foul on Marvin Morgan.
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Rotherham boss Andy Scott told BBC Radio Sheffield:
"The two goals that they've scored shouldn't have been goals.
"We've spoken to the referee about it in the first half. He neglected to keep an eye on it. He was in a poor position. Conrad [Logan, keeper] couldn't get a punch to it. He held his arm down.
"I thought we were poor, especially in the first half when we were 11 versus 11. We didn't play with the intensity and the tempo we usually do. We played too deep as a back four and allowed them too many chances to get the ball in the box."