Luton score six second-half goals to breeze past Solihull Moors
A stunning second-half fight-back saw League Two Luton Town avoid an embarrassing FA Cup upset at the hands of National League side Solihull Moors.
It was Moors who led 2-0 at the break, before four goals in 12 minutes saw the Hatters go through to Monday's third round draw.
The visitors made the perfect start, with Jamey Osborne curling superbly into the top corner on five minutes.
He added a second after 35 minutes, drilling beyond Christian Walton, while Akwasi Asante's and Omari Sterling-James came close to a third.
In the second period, Alan Sheehan's free-kick was beaten away by visiting keeper Danny Lewis, before Danny Hylton pulled one back on 51 minutes, racing through to make it 2-1.
The tie was all square with 54 minutes gone as Johnny Mullins curled an effort beyond Lewis, and Luton went ahead when half-time substitute Stephen O'Donnell blasted into the bottom corner on 59 minutes.
Luton grabbed a fourth on the hour mark, Jack Marriott racing clear to coolly beat Lewis, while both O'Donnell and Marriott netted again in the closing minutes to put a real gloss on the final scoreline.