The leading sides in the Premier Division went head-to-head in the Senior League Cup Semi-Final on Sunday.
With so little to separate Quested and Chatham Town SR in the league, it was perhaps no surprise that the tie went to penalties, with Qs winning 6-5 on spot-kicks.
The teams drew 2-2 in 90 minutes after goals from Sam Stace and Fjord Rogers for Quested and a Tom Davey brace for Chatham.
Quested will face Cliffe Woods Colts in the Final after they won 3-0 against Medway Invicta thanks to Ozan Hussan (2) and Ashley Poppy.
Rainham Kenilworth 2 enjoyed a 6-1 win over Swanscombe Tigers in the Senior Charity Cup.
Yeni Yusuph led the way with a hat-trick, brother Yomi Yusuph also netted with Nathan Young and Ben Hussey completing the scoring.
In the Junior Charity Trophy, Wigmore Wanderers shaded Rochester Eagles Reserves 3-2 thanks to Jack Downey (2) and Ben Hetterley. James Whiting and Callum Kemp replied for the visitors.
The only game in Division 1 saw Kieran Wells and Robb Henderson on target for AFC Shorne in their 2-2 draw with Medway Sport XI, for whom Connor Mayfield netted twice.
In Division 2, ASK Medway won 3-1 against Omega 92 with goals from Joe Lawrence (2) and Richard Humphrey.
Jack Burnham and Conner Turner goals were not enough for Cliffe Woods Colts A as they went down 3-2 to Swallow Rise 93 Reserves, who scored through Kane Westall, Callum Leonard and Jacob Murray.
Riverside Academy and Bredhurst shared the points in a 1-1 draw, Joshua Obafemi was on target for Riverside.
Division 3 Bredhurst Juniors won 3-2 against Medway United, for whom Jordan Lorentson and Callum Ward netted.
Sam Lovey and George Baker were on target for The Walnut Tree in their 2-1 victory over Eagles Gold, Callum Marshall replied.
In Division 4, Your Move Chatham ran out 3-2 winners over Kent Marina 19. Aaron Cook (2) and Jay Vincent were too much for Jack Quarrington and Nathan Swan.
Alfie Montague, Jack Bunter and Zak Warren were on target for Strood in their 3-0 Division 5 victory over New Road Athletic.
Matt Hastings and Harry Crook (2) found the net for Walderslade WMC but they went down 5-3 to Westfield Sole. James Hurcombe scored four goals with Josh Inkpen rounding off Sole’s tally.