Brighton & Hove Albion reached the Women's FA Cup quarter-finals with a comfortable 3-0 win away at Championship side Crystal Palace.
Republic of Ireland forward Rianna Jarrett scored twice on her debut for the Seagulls, before Ini-Abasi Umotong's individual goal made it 3-0.
Jarrett curled in the opener from long range in the first half and doubled the score moments after half-time.
Hope Powell's Brighton will host 2012 winners Birmingham in the last eight.
Jarrett told BBC Sussex: "We're delighted to get the win and I'm happy to get my first appearance in a Brighton jersey and get a goal or two.
"I knew, coming in mid-season, I was going to have to work hard to get on the pitch and I've been doing that. I'm thankful that Hope [Powell] gave me the opportunity today.
"Everybody loves the cup so we'll look to go as far as we can and perform as well as we can."
The quarter-final ties are all scheduled to be played on Sunday, 15 March, as the road to Saturday, 9 May's final at Wembley continues.
Monday's result left second-tier Leicester City as the lowest-ranked side remaining in the cup and the only quarter-finalists from outside the Women's Super League.
The Foxes beat WSL side Reading after extra time on Thursday and will host holders Manchester City in the quarter-finals.
Women's FA Cup quarter-final draw
Brighton v Birmingham City
Everton v Chelsea
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
Leicester City v Manchester City