Vincent Atinga's strike was the separating factor as Hearts of Oak eased into the semi-finals of the Ghana FA Cup on Sunday.
The centre-back converted from the spot after Patrick Razak was brought down to give the Phobians a 1-0 home win over Division One side Danbort FC.
Coach Frank Nuttall's dreams of leading the Accra-based side to their first FA Cup title since 2000, thus, remain alive.
Elsewhere, Medeama are on course to make it a hat-trick of FA Cup titles following a 2-1 triumph over lower tier outfit Amidaus Professionals.
Rashid Nortey and Latif Salifu gave the Yellow and Mauves a two-goal lead before Isaac Amoah halved the deficit at the Tarkwa T&A Park.
And in the clash of the Premier League sides, Wa All Stars emerged 2-0 victors over Berekum Chelsea, courtesy of goals from Nasiru Moro and Seth Amoateng.
The last quarter-final fixture between Asante Kotoko's and Division One outfit NEA Salamina has been rescheduled as on the back of the former's recent fatal accident, players of the Kumasi-based side have been declared medically unfit to return to the pitch.