There were wild scenes in Kidderminster after an FA Cup giant killing by the town's football club.

Kidderminster Harriers beat Reading 2-1 at Aggborough sparking huge celebrations and a pitch invasion.

Fans will now be keenly awaiting the draw for the next round which will be live on ITV today (January 9) at 4.50pm.

Harriers manager Russ Penn was left “speechless” by his side’s heroics on Saturday evening as Kidderminster Harriers produced a huge FA Cup shock by coming from behind to beat Championship side Reading in the third round.

Over 5,000 were packed into Aggborough Stadium to experience what was a memorable day in the history of the club.

And now a trip to ..... beckons for Kiddy as their adventure in the competition rolls on thanks to second-half goals from Sam Austin and Amari Morgan-Smith’s winner.

The Royals led 1-0 at the break through George Puskas’ 44th minute strike but Harriers roared back in the second-half to reach round four.

“I am pretty speechless to be honest,” admitted Penn.

“I will reflect on it tonight through all the videos and montages but I am so proud of this club and these players because they really deserve it.

“Going behind like we did just before half-time spurred us on I think, we knew we had to go on and score.

“If it had been 0-0 it would have been more about trying to hold on and sit back.

“But that impetus to go and score a goal meant we were ten yards higher up the pitch, we were more aggressive and when we equalised there was only ever going to be one team winning it from there.”

78 league places and four divisions separated the two sides but it was the hosts who looked like the higher-level team and they are the ones who take their place in the next round.