A superb journey is one more victory away from reaching a remarkable destination after Kings Langley beat Corinthian-Casuals 3-0 on Saturday to reach the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.

A brace from Mitchell Weiss and another goal from captain Roddy Collins ensured new Kings boss Chris Cummins made the best possible start to his tenure at the Orbital Fasteners Stadium as the club’s history-making cup journey continued.

Langley are now awaiting the outcome of this lunchtime’s draw to find out who will stand between them and a place in the first round proper.

There were no surprises in the line-up named by interim boss Ryan Jackett for his final game in charge ahead of becoming part of Cummins’ new management team.

The hosts started quickly with Weiss sending a speculative shot narrowly wide before the tone of a somewhat robust encounter was set with a fifth-minute booking of Casuals’ Mathias Bakare.

Harry Crawford put a curling shot just past the post, but a minute later Kings reverted to the long ball with a good old-fashioned clearance by Lloyd Doyley, latched onto by Weiss, who showed strength and no little skill to win the ball while closely marked, shrug off the defender, cut inside and find the net with a shot that had sufficient power to go in via the shoulder of diving goalkeeper Dan Bracken.

Kyle Connolly was the next name into the book as the home team reacted to some strong arm tactics, while Bracken was perfectly placed to block a first time Max Hercules shot from a Doyley cross.

Casuals finally produced some moments of danger on the half-hour when a Nathan Pinney cross found no takers and then a flowing move and right-wing cross saw Shaun Okojie’s effort just past the post.

The second period could have started better for Kings as Collins was booked while Weiss robbed Bracken and with only the defender on the line to beat fired straight at him.

To his credit, the striker spent the next 15 minutes seeking an atonement which duly arrived when a move between Josh Coldicott-Stevens, Crawford and Charlie Pattison was finished by Weiss with a superb volley from the latter’s cross.

Kings now had breathing space and within two minutes they could see the finishing line as Collins rose majestically to head home a Hercules corner.

By the time Casuals’ frustration boiled over and Muhanad Maan was shown a straight red for a raking challenge on Gary Connolly, jubilant home fans were long since beginning to celebrate another step in a historic journey.

Today’s draw will be conducted by Danny Murphy and John Motson and will be broadcast live on talkSPORT 2 at 1.30pm.

The fourth qualifying round ties will be played over the weekend of Saturday, October 19.

Kings Langley: Minter; G Connolly, Doyley (Campbell-Mhlope 84), Adebiyi, K Conolly; Pattison, Collins, Coldicott-Stevens, Hercules (Farrell 78); Crawford, Weiss. Subs not used: Victor, Brady.