Jerviston and Mossend met in this eagerly anticipated quarter final of the Scottish Cup, played at Ravenscraig Sports Centre.
Mossend were involved in a thrilling 3-2 victory against St Peters in the previous round, whilst Jerviston came through a similarly tight match as they defeated Dumbarton by the same scoreline in round five.
Both sides struggled to get a foothold in the game early on, with conditions not helping the cause as it was a typically wet and windy afternoon.
The first real chance fell to Mossend after eight minutes, as John O'Hagan had a shot from just outside the box, but it was saved well by the Jerviston goalkeeper Ben McDougall.
From the resulting corner Mossend really should have taken the lead. Adam Liddell found himself free at the front post but could only put his header wide.
The home side were struggling to get forward and create chances, as their players began to get frustrated with their lack of good play.
Mossend created another good chance on 25 minutes as Connor McQueen's shot was nearly turned in by Martin Lockhart at the back post.
Jerviston took the lead against the run of play only a couple of minutes later when Adam Brown made a mistake in the Mossend goal, as he could only parry a Jerviston free kick into the path of Jordan Moore and he had the simply task of heading into an empty net to give the home team the lead.
Nathan McConnell nearly doubled Jerviston's lead with a fantastic strike that went inches wide of the box.
It didn't take long for Mossend to grab a deserved equaliser, but it came from a defensive mix up at the back for Jerviston. A hacked clearance fell at the feet of Roan Finn who smashed the ball into the back of the net after 35 minutes.
In what ended up being a crazy end to the first half, Jerviston took the lead again only two minutes later as Moore scored his second of the game but this one was far more impressive. After some good skill to beat his marker, he unleashed a brilliant left footed strike from just outside the box that gave the goalkeeper no chance.
Finn scored his second of the game to make it 2-2 just before halftime, and it came from a wonderful pass from O'Hagan between defender and goalkeeper. Although the goalkeeper pressed Finn, he managed to squeeze the ball past McDougall to make it all square at halftime.