This Tyrone O'Neill goal gave Hartlepool hope... but it wasn't to be as Gillingham held on to reach the second round.
Guiseley v Fleetwood Town
Bury v Luton Town
Wrexham v Newport County
Tranmere v Southport
Southend v Barnsley
Shrewsbury v Scunthorpe
Solihull Moors v Blackpool
Chesterfield v Grimsby
Peterborough v Bradford
Swindon v Woking
Maidstone v Oldham
Lincoln v Carlisle
Halifax Town v AFC Wimbledon
Plymouth v Oxford
Barnet v Stockport
Rochdale v Portsmouth
Walsall v Sunderland
Accrington Stanley v Cheltenham
Charlton v Doncaster
Slough v Gillingham
It's all over. Gillingham have done it.
Final chance gone? Patrick McLaughlin's cross is headed back to the keeper by a defender.
A long throw into the box is cleared by Gillingham defence. There are 21 players on the Gills half.
Hoof as a Gillingham defender kicks the ball into touch. But doesn't get it up the line as much as he thought.
Two minutes added on.
Goal-kick to Gillingham whose keeper Tomas Holy is taking his time.
We're into the final minute now. Can Pools create one last chance?
Eighth sub of the game as Gillingham bring on Alex Lacey for Tom Eaves.
Gills' Elliott List almost has his second but his shot is parried by Scott Loach.
I wonder when the last FA Cup game was with two players called O'Neill scoring.
Tyrone O'Neill scores for Hartlepool with five minutes left. It looks like he's missed his chance to shoot but he gets an effort away and beats Tomas Holy.
Ryan Donaldson shoots over for Pools. A good would make the final moments interesting.
File that under delightful.
Watch Luke O'Neill curl in Gillingham's third goal which finally put the League One side ahead against their National League opposition.
Only eight minutes to go. Although I learned my lesson about saying game over when Belgium went 2-0 up against Switzerland before losing 5-2 the other day.
Elliott List has a chance for a second but his shot is blocked. A fifth would be very harsh on Pools.