Leeds United caused one of the upsets of the night in the third round of the Capital One Cup as they beat Premier League Everton.
Goals in each half from Aidy White and Rodoph Austin secured a 2-1 win for Neil Warnock's men, who held out desptie Sylvain Distin's late consolation.
Premier League champions Manchester City are also out after losing 4-2 in extra time at home to Aston Villa.
They'd twice led with goals from Mario Balotelli and Alexsander Kolorov but a Gareth Barry own goal and Gabriel Agbonlahor effort meant it finished 2-2 after 90 minutes.
Charles N'Zogbia and Agbonlahor each found the net to send the beaten 2010 finalists through.
Chelsea eased into the fourth round with a 6-0 win against Wolves at Stamford Bridge.
Among the scorers, Ryan Bertrand, Oriol Romelu and Victor Moses all grabbed their first goals for the club - Romelu's coming the day after he turned 21.
Sunderland survived the first-half sending off of Lee Cattermole to win 2-0 at Milton Keynes Dons with second half goals from Craig Gardner and James McClean's fine solo strike.
Bradford City came from 2-0 down to beat their League Two rivals Burton Albion 3-2 in extra time and secure a last 16 berth for the first time in 16 years.
Swindon Town of League One added to their scalp of Stoke City in the last round by beating Burnley of the Championship 3-1 at the County Ground.
Swansea survived a scare to win 3-2 at Crawley thanks to Gary Monk's stoppage time winner, having been trailing with 16 minutes remaining.
Mauro Boselli scored twice as Wigan won 4-1 away to West Ham United, Southampton beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 at St Mary's and Middlesbrough were 3-1 victors at Preston.