Brentford home. What was the score? Won 3-1
Pretty comfy wasn't it? Darren Bent leaving Michael Turner for dead to score a nerve-settling early goal. The timing of our 2nd was equally good, Jay Bothroyd scoring from a free-kick - surprise, surprise - after being teed up by Kish, his second assist of the half.
Chances fell to both sides in the 2nd period but it was Bryan Hughes, who I can't help but think would score regularly at a lower level, who put the game beyond doubt finishing well after being set up by substitute Bartlett.
I couldn't help but laugh at this point because Hughes scored just as 'lucky winner' Chris Swatton
was out in the technical area yelling instructions to the Bees players. Don't give up your day-job son.
Brentford's consolation was just that and for the first time since the 1999/2000 season, and only the 3rd time since 1947(!) we have made the last 8.
For all of Brentford's huff and puff and that included the twats behind the goal, it was a relaxing and professional performance by the Addicks and they passed the test with top marks.
Reports from those that were there: BBC Sport
; All Quiet
; Addicks Diary