Milton gained the upper hand at the start of the 2nd half and Milton took the lead with the period only four minutes old after Reds played some good football and then right back Callum Rennie had a 20 yard drive towards goal which went off the crossbar and in to take the lead for the first time in the game.
It was an evenly contested game and Westdyke were to pull back level just 6 minutes later after Craig Mackie met a short corner before sending a direct ball into the six yard area which was met by Angus Grant who produced a glancing header past Stirling in the Milton goal.
The back of the net was to be hut again in the 58th minute after Bobby Smith played a short pass into Jake Hurry who did the rest by finding the top left hand corner from 20 yards to send their large travelling support into ecstasy. After this point there was to be no way back for Westdyke.
Halloween is coming up on Wednesday and Milton's victory in Aberdeenshire didn't come without a fright as Westdyke nearly equalised again after a good long ball by Blair McGilvary found Christopher Evans whose shot had to be parried away by Stirling before it was cleared to safety by the visitors defence.
Milton doubled their tally ten minutes from time after a great long ball was chased down by Hamish Anderson who then did the rest by shielding his way past the defender and then calmly slotted the ball past Glen Donald in the Westdyke goal, The hosts appealed for a foul in the lead-up to the goal.
The visitors journey back to Stirling to make an enjoyable one was complete in the 78th minute after Bobby Smith was brought down in the box by Scott McDonald which left the referee no option but to send off the skipper, McDonald was shown a straight red card in the process and up stepped Jonathon McMenemy to complete not only a victory but also a turnaround by slotting the spot-kick straight down the middle.
Going by the 2nd half showing which the visitors produced they were well worth their victory and if they play well they could be able to go on a cup run. It was also a great attacking display at times from Milton and pressed Westdyke as many a time as they could during the 2nd period.