It's been thrilling, it's been exhilarating and it's been a pleasure. It's time for me to go and lie in a very dark room for the remainder of the night after those penalty shootouts. Joy for West Ham, Fulham, Bristol City and Chesterfield. Heartbreak for Everton, Wolves, Doncaster and Scunthorpe. We're back for Wednesday's replays. Until then...
- West Ham win 9-8 on penalties
- Fulham beat Wolves on penalties
- Result: Chesterfield 2-0 Scunthorpe
- Result: Bristol City 2-0 Doncaster
Wolves manager Kenny Jackett tells BBCWM: "Fulham played well in the first half and deserved their lead but, in difficult conditions, we got ourselves in pole position and it was a cruel way to lose. It was tough for both sides out there when the snow started coming down, but it was the right decision to continue playing."
And here are Wednesday's FA Cup third round replays:
Bradford v Millwall (19:45 GMT)
Ipswich v Southampton (19:55 GMT)
Tottenham v Burnley (20:00 GMT)
Some breaking Everton news reaching us. Manager Roberto Martinez says two clubs have expressed an interest in striker Samuel Eto'o in the last 12 hours and left him out against West Ham with a view to the player possibly leaving. "We have a great relationship with Samuel and we will see what is best for him and us over the next few days," adds Martinez.
Fulham will meet Sunderland in the FA Cup fourth round on 24 January after a thrilling win over Wolves on penalties. Cottagers boss Kit Symons tells BBC Radio London: "What a way to win a cup tie. It had a bit of everything.
"We had more shots in that first half than we've had in our three previous games, but Wolves hit back and put us under a lot of pressure in the second half. It was quite an emotional evening for the Wolves fans, who got right behind their team. And rightly so, Sir Jack Hayward is a real loss to the game after all he's done."
Former Everton striker Gary Lineker
"A thrilling game won after about 75 penalties by West Ham. You can see their fourth round tie at Bristol City live on BBC One a week on Sunday."
Want to watch the epic end to the penalty shoot out at Upton Park? It's exciting, I promise. Just click on the highlights tab above and enjoy.
Caught your breath? Here's the revised FA Cup fourth round draw with three more replays to come on Wednesday.
Friday 23 January
Cambridge v Man Utd
Saturday 24 January
Blackburn v Swansea
Birmingham v West Brom
Cardiff v Reading
Chelsea v Millwall or Reading
Derby v Chesterfield
Man City v Middlesbrough
Preston v Sheff Utd
Sunderland v Fulham
Burnley or Tottenham v Leicester
Southampton or Ipswich v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Bolton
Sunday 25 January
Bristol City v West Ham
Aston Villa v Bournemouth
Brighton v Arsenal
Monday 26 January
Rochdale v Stoke
Premier League and Championship players have been captivated by the Upton Park encounter judging by their reaction on Twitter.
Liverpool defenderJose Enrique: What a game!! I love watching this type of game.
Manchester City captainVincent Kompany: That was crazy!
Blackburn Rovers defenderShane Duffy: Gutted for the Toffees. So unlucky, Joel Robles different class.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce tells BT Sport: "I felt as soon as the whistle went it wasn't a PreMier League game. Both teams tried to win it. It would have been a real kick in the teeth had we lost because I think over the two games we deserved to go through. It's the fourth game in a row we've been in the lead and not finished it off. We've got to get the clean sheet ratio back in place. Why are Southampton doing well? It's because they've got 11 clean sheets this season."
Everton manager Roberto Martinez tells BT Sport: "It is heartbreaking because we were down to 10 men for a long period but I thought we were the better side. The penalties were a bit of a lottery but I couldn't be prouder. I couldn't see West Ham scoring from open play and it had to be a dead ball situation. Unfortunately we couldn't see it through. We had the hardest role to play but the performance was magnificent."
BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park
"Everton could not have given any more. Full credit for Roberto Martinez and his team. The way the game was unfolding it looked like they would go away as victors. What a memorable FA Cup tie. It is the best cup competition in the world. The magic was here for everyone to see tonight."
BBC Radio 5 live commentator at Upton Park
"People ask why do we keep coming back? It is because the FA Cup throws up things like this. From the moment we arrived it did not feel like a league game and teams went for it."
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian who scored the winning spot kick tells BT Sport: "It was an unbelievable game for the fans. I feel really happy. I was relaxed when I stepped forward to take the penalty. We've got the victory and we go through to the next round. Joel Robles made some unbelievable saves, but we played well and fought until the end."
BBC Radio 5 live at Upton Park
"An FA Cup tie that had absolutely everything. You couldn't wish for any more drama than we have seen this evening. An incredible night of drama.
"I feels sorry for Everton, cruel on them. It has been so difficult to split these two teams."
Adrian is mobbed by his jubilant team-mates as Everton's crestfallen players sink to the ground. What a brilliant cup tie that will live long in the memory. West Ham will be away to Bristol City in the fourth round on 25 January.
All over. Adrian converts and West Ham are through.
Everton keeper Joel Robles takes a long run up....and misses. Hits the underside of the bar and rolls out.
Powerful finish and almost takes the net out.
Another terrific penalty. Sends the keeper the wrong way. This could go into Wednesday...
Composed finish from the West Ham substitute despite Joel Roble' best efforts to put him off.
Keeping up with this? Phil Jagielka keeps his cool to drill home.
Textbook stuff from Enner Valencia.
Adrian will be disappointed he didn't save this. He gets a hand to it but can't prevent it rolling in.
Decent. Cole holds his nerve.
Gareth Barry shows nerves of steel to score.
Unbelievable. Joel Robles dives the right way to make a fine save. Everton are back in this.
Down the middle seems to be the craze. In it goes.
Hugo Rodallega scores the crucial penalty to send Fulham through to round four, where they will visit Sunderland. Matt Doherty missed Wolves' second kick, and the home side never recovered.
Down the middle. And West Ham are on the brink.
Adrian just about gets a finger on the ball it's too powerful.
Sends Joel Robles the wrong way. Powerful finish.
That's cool. Waited for the keeper to move first and rolled the ball the other way.
Wolves full-back Matt Doherty with the first failure at Molineux. Fulham have the advantage after two kicks each.
Advantage West Ham. Kevin Nolan punches the air as he sends the keeper the wrong way. Scruffy but effective!
Stunning one-handed stop.
It's not the greatest of kicks but Mark Noble sends Joel Robles the wrong way.
Right down the middle.