Barnet booked their place in the next round of the FA Trophy with a comfortable win over Maidstone.

Idris Kanu sent an early effort effort, then teed up Nicke Kabamba whose backheeled effort was saved by the visiting keeper.

Reece Hall-Johnson saw his effort saved just before the half-hour mark, before Bees took the lead with an own goal.

Kabamba doubled the advantage five minutes before half-time, converting a rebound, and made it 3-0 just before the interval when rounding the keeper and curling into the empty net.

Maidstone were reduced to 10 men on 52 minutes when Timmy Abraham was shown a red card, with Kanu firing wide midway through the second half.

But Bees netted a fourth on 73 minutes when captain Dale Gorman found the net direct from a corner.

Finley Potter and Jordan Cropper might have added to the tally in the closing stages but Dean Brennan's men had done enough to ensure their name would be in the hat for the draw, ahead of their FA Cup replay with Newport County on Tuesday.

North London neighbours Wealdstone, meanwhile, saw their home tie against Billericay Town fall victim to a waterlogged pitch at Grosvenor Vale and will attempt to play the fixture on Tuesday.

Barnet: Walker, Hall-Johnson (Cropper 56), Collinge (Stevens 46), Gorman, Kabamba (Hooper 70), Kanu, Pritchard, Hartigan, Oluwo, Potter, Brunt. Unused subs: Gillmore, Coker, Armstrong, Okimo.