Barnsley are heading to Wembley for the THIRD time in the space of 16 months as they will face Tottenham Hotspur in the third round of the Carabao Cup with the Premier League giants playing their home games at the national stadium this season whilst their White Hart Lane home is rebuilt.
It will be the first time the Reds have met the North London outfit since 1999 and the first time in the League Cup since 1986 when they were defeated 3-2 at Oakwell and 5-3 at White Hart Lane.
In this match Barnsley fell behind twice before coming back to win; it is the first time they have come from behind to win since the 21st January when they defeated Leeds 3-2.
Johnny Russell had put the Rams into a seventh minute lead, the second successive Carabao cup tie to see a goal in the first ten minutes as Tom Bradshaw opened the scoring after just two minutes against Morecambe.
There have been 12 goals scored in the two Carabao Cup ties Barnsley have played this season.
Adam Hammill grabbed Barnsley winner's in the 88th minute, the second time he has fired the winning goal to take The Reds to Wembley, as he scored the decisive penalty against Fleetwood in the JPT.
It is the winger's first strike in nearly year when he netted a last minute equaliser against Bristol City last October. That goal also came as a substitute; out of the 26 goals he has scored for Barnsley in his career, these are the only ones from the bench.
The Reds have scored more than once in three successive home games (all comps) for the first time since December.
Barnsley have advanced to the third round of the League Cup for the first time since 2009-2010 when they were eliminated at the fourth round stage by Manchester United.
There were 7,163 supporters in attendance last night, the highest Oakwell League Cup crowd for a non Premier League opponent since 2000 when 8,088 saw The Reds defeat Rotherham in the first round.
Barnsley have now lost only one of their last eight Oakwell meetings with Derby.
The Reds have scored first half goals in all of their first five home games of the season for the first time since 1998-1999 (managed it in the first eight that campaign)Top of Form
Jason McCarthy has now been booked in four of his seven appearances this season.
Cameron McGeehan came on for his Barnsley debut and his first competitive appearance since the 2nd January.
Barnsley had just three shots on target - compared to Derby's eight, it is the second time this season they have won a match despite having less shots on target than their opponent.
The total of three is their lowest at Oakwell since the 1-1 draw with Huddersfield in February (also three)