The Imps, who are now at the top of the National League, travelled to Turf Moor to take on Premier League Burnley and came away with a 1-0 win thanks to a dose of last-minute cup magic.
Rather brilliantly, they've become the first non-league side in 103 years to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Can Sutton United even better this on Monday night by beating Arsenal and joining them?
"We said it was a one-in-a-100 chance and thankfully we got that opportunity", said Lincoln manager Danny Cowley.
Temperatures to warm up this weekend
We will stay in a mild weather pattern through early next week with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s and nights in the 40s. This trend will change as we progress into the weekend with warmer temperatures and sunny skies on the way.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri made 10 changes for his side's trip to south London Millwall - his eyes fixed on the his side's relegation battle and a looming Champions League last-16 tie against Spanish club Sevilla.
The Imps beat Premier League team Burnley, who are 81 places above them in the tables.
A feisty encounter saw the visitors approach the task in superb fashion, as they kept their opponents - for whom Andre Gray wasted a decent chance and Joey Barton might have been sent off - at bay before delivering the sucker punch at the end.
Just look at the scenes at the final whistle. Not that it appeared that way when Lincoln had them on the ropes midway through the second half and their discipline deserted them, Barton's in particular.
It Was A Bad Night For Marcus Smart
Down by one point against the Boston Celtics on Thursday, the Chicago Bulls put the ball in star swingman Jimmy Butler's hands. Covington left the game in the fourth quarter after hitting his head near the Boston bench diving for a loose ball.
A dramatic late victor from Sean Raggett sent 3,210 Lincoln fans into raptures and ensured 16,000 Burnley fans left Turf Moor red faced. "We had massive belief, we didn't come to draw, we came to win the game".
Dyche made a personal trip to scout City last weekend, just 24 hours before masterminding his side's 1-1 draw against Chelsea, talking with supporters and taking notes during a 3-2 win over Woking. Raggett connected with a corner at the back post to head the ball into the goal in front of the Imps fans. "It is something you dream of as a kid". "I enjoyed every minute of it". We continue to beat teams. The lads have done unbelievable.
Several players showed exactly why they don't play regularly and why they shouldn't play regularly.
Mom begs for help in finding teen daughter Sarah Dunsey
At the end of the video, Amie addresses her daughter, telling her to fight. "Because I need you", she said crying. The family prays this video brings in tips to where Sarah might be, but most of all they hope it reaches Sarah.