Salisbury moved into the second round of the FA Cup as they beat Southern Premier Division Arlesey.
The hosts scored first when Daniel Fitchett collected a pass from Darrell Clarke and fired home from 10 yards.
Dean Sinclair equalised in spectacular style with a bicycle kick but Jake Reid restored Salisbury's advantage with a penalty after Fitchett had been fouled.
Blue Square Bet South side Salisbury sealed their victory through a curling effort from substitute Adam Kelly.
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Salisbury City player-manager Darrell Clarke told BBC Wiltshire:
"What a tie. Fair play to Arlesey, they made it very difficult. It took a late third goal to seal it.
"I thought it was a lot better in the second half. We dominated it.
"I am absolutely delighted for everybody involved at the football club."