The draw has been made for the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.
Teams from National League South enter the competition at this stage, with leaders Ebbsfleet United paired against Andy Hessenthaler's Dover.
The sides met last week in the league, with Dennis Kutrieb's Ebbsfleet side winning 3-0.
There's a repeat of the Isthmian South East play-off final from last season with Herne Bay this time drawn at home to Ashford United.
Welling have been drawn at home to the winners of the midweek replay between Southern Counties East Fisher and Spelthorne Sports, the sides drawing 1-1 on Saturday.
Tonbridge Angels make the trip to Binfield while Dartford will entertain East Grinstead or Beckenham Town.
Margate's reward for a 1-0 win at Aylesbury United is another away tie, this time against higher-league Dulwich Hamlet.
Phoenix Sports will host Sevenoaks Town, who knocked out Kingstonian, while Sheppey's reward if they can beat Lewes in a midweek replay is a home tie with Three Bridges.
Folkestone won 3-1 at home to North Greenford, and will have home advantage again as they entertain Chichester City.
Cray Wanderers host Bognor in their midweek replay, with a home tie against Hampton & Richmond awaiting the winners.
Chatham will make the trip to either Walton & Hersham or Beaconsfield Town, Cray Valley host Hanwell Town, and Corinthian will entertain Burgess Hill if they can win their replay against Met Police.
Ties are due to be played on Saturday, September 17 with the winners banking £3,375 in prize money and losing sides collecting £1,125.
FA Cup Second Qualifying Round draw (September 17):
Binfield v Tonbridge Angels, Bognor or Cray Wanderers v Hampton & Richmond, Cray Valley v Hanwell Town, Dartford v East Grinstead or Beckenham Town, Dulwich Hamlet v Margate, Ebbsfleet United v Dover Athletic, Folkestone Invicta v Chichester City, Herne Bay v Ashford United, Met Police or Corinthian v Burgess Hill Town, Phoenix Sports v Sevenoaks Town, Sheppey or Lewes v Three Bridges, Walton & Hersham or Beaconsfield Town v Chatham Town, Welling United v Fisher or Spelthorne Sports.