So this Scottish Cup night ends with a surprise result, with East Superleague junior side Linlithgow Rose edging out League One outfit Forfar after extra time. In-form Championship side Falkirk were unable to keep their fine run going as they lost to Dundee. Join us again on Saturday for the first of the Scottish League Cup semi-finals and Premiership action too.
Linlithgow goal hero Kevin Kelbie has not only created history for the junior side but has a colourful history.
Having played for both Celtic and Rangers in his youth, the 30-year-old striker had a spell with Alloa Athletic before heading for a sports scholarship at Northern Oklahoma College.
He then had spells Northern Ireland with Glentoran and Ballymena United before returning to Scotland with Morton.
After time spent at Glenavon, Stirling Albion and Camelon Juniors, he joined Linlithgow in 2014.
Kevin Kelbie's winner against Forfar takes Linlithgow Rose to the fifth round of the Scottish Cup for the first time.
The East Superleague junior side secure themselves a tie away to Premiership outfit Ross County.
Linlithgow could be about to cause a Scottish Cup shock at Station Park Kevin Kelbie fires the junior outfit ahead against the League One side.
BBC Radio Scotland live coverage has ended, but stay with us here to find out who Ross County will host in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Forfar had a couple of chances before the end of the first period of extra time.
They claimed for a penalty after Scott Martin was eased off the ball by Colin Leiper just as it looked like he was about to score, then goalkeeper Ally Adams saved well from Omar Kader.
"I thought we got back into it after the first goal and looked a good side.
"But we lost the second goal and had to open up and they made us pay for that.
"I thought we did well but were punished late on by a Premiership side and we will learn from that.
"Another tough game at the weekend in front of 40,000 at Ibrox, but the last time we played Rangers we beat them."
The attendance tonight at Dens Park was 4,279.
Dundee manager Paul Hartley is looking forward to the fifth round and believes that the tie away to another Championship side, Dumbarton, is one his side are well capable of winning.
"I think these Scottish Cup games are just about progressing and winning them.
"This is one of the toughest ones we could have got, but we played well in the second half.
"I think the type of team we are, we like to try to play entertaining football and try to get as many goals as we can.
"Kane Hemmings is in brilliant form, but what pleased me is his work rate and he has a new dimension to his game."
- Quote Message: I like Falkirk, but they were lightweight in the penalty area and, as the game wore on, it showed that Dundee have the better forwards from Willie Miller BBC Radio Scotland pundit
- Quote Message: Good cup tie, but one, certainly in the second half, that Dundee deserved to win from Derek Ferguson BBC Radio Scotland pundit
Linlithgow's striker with a famous name, Tommy Coyne, missed a chance just before the final whistle there. Coyne, of course, is the son of the former Celtic and Motherwell striker and is Rose's top scorer with 11 this season.
Extra time will be played at Station Park as the game finishes goalless.
Will Vaulks threatens for Falkirk with a powerful long-range drive, but Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain does well to turn it wide.