Goalkeeper Paul Harrison was the New Saints hero as the Welsh Premier League champions defeated Queen of the South on penalties in the Scottish Challenge Cup quarter-final at Park Hall.
The match ended goalless after extra time and it was Harrison who decided the tie.
Harrison scored a penalty before saving from Andy Stirling to clinch the win.
New Saints now join Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Dumbarton and Crusaders in the semi-final draw.
The Welsh champions reached the semi-finals for the first time last season, losing 4-1 to St Mirren.
New Saints' Greg Draper had a goal disallowed after 11 minutes because he was offside before former Scotland forward James McFadden hit the TNS bar with a chip seven minutes later.
The deadlock was not broken in the second half and the match went into extra time.
Rawlinson was also named as the man-of-the-match before the game went to penalties.
Jamie Mullan and Ryan Brobbel missed for TNS before Christian Seargeant, Alex Darlington, Wes Fletcher and Harrison scored.
Lyle and Dobbie missed Queens' opening two spot kicks before Jacobs, McFadden and Callum Fordyce slotted home.
It was left to Harrison to step up to save the final Stirling penalty.
The Dobmeister misses a sitter
The Saints Goalie wins it
Mc Fadden off target
Queens fans lay wreath
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