Pier took the lead through a fifth-minute own goal, Dec Richardson put a cross across the six-yard box and they put it in for the visitors.
Edgehill’s second string levelled through Tyler Richardson’s quick turn and clean strike from the edge of the box after an error by Max McNiven. Veteran Will Jenkinson made it 2-1 to Pier on 22 minutes with a left-footed shot.
Pier player-boss Jonny McGough pulled off a stunning save to deny Joseph Nock, but two minutes later Richardson closed down a defender then McGough and the latter’s deflected clearance went in off Richardson into the net.
A very scrappy game ensued with Harrison McCausland making three or four good saves keeping Edgehill in the game.
Liam Eyre was then fouled by their manager McGough and Kasey Clegg, on his 18th birthday, slotting home the penalty, putting Edgehill in front with 20 minutes to go.
Pier equalised with 10 minutes left through a great Sam Garnett finish.
With the visitors piling on the pressure Edgehill were defending well and throwing themselves at blocks and clearing balls off the line, but with just two minutes left, after good work by Garnett, a neat finish by Richardson secured the win for Pier.
Striker Ben Clarke was named man of the match for the victors, while Edgehill Reserves’ star man was the experienced Jamie Gallagher ran close by 17-year-old Harley Burling.
Westover Wasps won 5-2 at AFC Eastfield in the Scarborough FA Junior Cup.
Zac Hansen led the way for Wasps with a hat-trick, while man of the match Jack South and Jack Brown also netted for the visitors.
The hosts started well and the score was 3-2 to Westover at the interval, with Brad-Lee Craggs and Cailum Webster on target for Eastfield.
Man of the match for Eastfield was keeper Keane McTavey.
Seamer Sports also earned a place in the next round thanks to their 4-2 success at Beckett League newcomers Lealholm Reserves.
Reggie Steels led the way for Seamer with a brace of goals with Sam Ward also notching and Archie Graham netting from the penalty spot.
Jake Hambley and Harry Craggs scored for the home side.
Man of the match for Seamer was Tom Greenwood.
Newby edged to a 2-1 win in their derby cup clash at Scalby.
A dominant Scalby went in front in the first half through Callum O’Keefe slotting a great through-ball to Rob Speight, and only two superb saves by Newby keeper Ollie Cooper from Speight and Callum Randerson, stopped the away team doubling their lead.
After the break a backpass from Cameron McDonald meant for Scalby keeper Cam Anderson went to Newby striker Levi Tolliday, who fired the ball home. The tie was set to go to penalties when a clearance hit Newby’s Ashton Peterson on the back and went in to seal the win.
Fin McCulsker was man of the match for Scalby, just in front of Brad Smith and Finlay Marsh, Adam Martin and Tolliday sharing the star man award for Scalby.