BARNSLEY, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 03: Shamir Fenelon of Horsham celebrates his goal to make it 1-1 during the Emirates FA Cup First Round match between Barnsley and Horsham at Oakwell Stadium. (Photo: Ben Roberts Photo)
After going a goal behind early on, Horsham equalised through Shamir Fenelon’s excellent finish before James Hammond gave the Hornets the lead from the spot.
Barnsley overturned the deficit to make it 3-2 before Richards tapped home late on to seal a famous cup result.
But who stood out for Horsham? Here are Sam Pole's ratings from the game.
Had a nervy start when his clearance was charged down by John McAtee but came back strong to deny John McAtee and could not doing anything to stop Max Watters' point blank header for Barnsley to take the lead. Carey, again, proved pivotal as, shortly after the Hornets made it 1-1, he pulled off a world class save to deny Fabio Jalo. Carey pulled off another spectacular save to deny Max Watters. Carey started off the second half just as well as the first as he pulled of a superb diving stop to keep the Hornets level after the break. Carey was at the ready again towards the last ten minutes with a superb triple save to keep the Hornets in the tie. His amazing display in net helped keep Horsham in the game and without the Hornets could have conceded a lot more than three. 10/10 (Photo: John Lines) READ MORE: Valiant Hornets hold League One Tykes in six-goal thriller – match report Horsham boss Dominic Di Paola hails ‘absolutely phenomenal’ Hornets performance as League One Tykes are held in barnstormer Barnsley head coach Neill Collins hails never-say-die Hornets after pulsating first round clash Price was a rock at the back, holding the Barnsley attack at bay and providing some much needed assurance to the right hand side as well as an attacking threat. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines) Calmness personified and the heart and soul of the Horsham defence. Sparks was tasked with the enviable task of keeping Fabio Jalo at bay on the left but performed superbly and kept the Portuguese Under 18 international quiet apart from his wonderstrike at half time. 9/10 (Photo by Ben Roberts Photo/Getty Images) Strange was a rock at the back, clearing the lines and keeping the Hornets in the tie up against top tier opposition in Barnsley. His partnership with Danny Barker at the back proved pivotal in helping the club secure a famous result. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines) Barker in the middle of defence was stellar in the match, sniffing out any danger that came his way and clearing the lines when the Hornets backs were against the wall. His partnership with Jack Strange at the back proved pivotal in helping the club secure a famous result. (Photo: John Lines) Charlie Hester-Cook battled in midfield and looked composed and threatening whenever he got on the ball. His aggression and tenacity helped the Hornets claw their way back into the game after conceding so early on. He was booked following a robust challenge before being substituted at half time for Lucas Rodrigues. 9/10 (Photo: Ben Roberts Photo) Hammond bossed the midfield providing assurance and calmness which was personified as he tucked away a penalty to give the Hornets the lead. His experience gave Horsham everything they needed to see out the tie and claim a spectacular draw. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines) The skipper was solid in his midfield performance. He ran his heart out for the team and gave everything he could to win the midfield battle which he did superbly with his great all-round play. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines) Harding was instrumental with his performance against the Tykes. His relentless runs on the right hand side gave the Barnsley full back no time on the ball to settle and dominate play. His defence work on the wing, helping tuck in on crosses from the left as a wing back as well as his own work on the right was superb. His pass to slip in to Ajakaiye for the penalty was also out-of-this-world. 10/10 (Photo: Ben Roberts Photo) Looked lively starting on the wing and persevered greatly for the first goal, battling hard and wheeling away from two defenders before pulling back to Shamir Fenlon to make it 1-1. Ajakaiye's pace proved dangerous to the Barnsley defence as he nipped in ahead of Mael de Gevigney to win a penalty for the Hornets. He ran his socks off for the team and ran the Barnsley defence ragged before being substituted for Kadell Daniel. 10/10 (Photo: Ben Roberts Photo) Fenelon started off really well, playing as the target man, he held up the ball well and bought his fellow attackers in the game and was in the right place at the right time to steer home superbly Daniel Ajakaiye's pull back to make it 1-1. His presence was a constant thorn in the side of the Barnsley defence and his willingness to fight and run for 50/50 balls epitomised Horsham's never say die attitude in the match. 10/10 (Photo: John Lines) Lucas Rodrigues came on and gave a superb performance in midfield and was pivotal in Horsham equalising late on. Luca Connell and John McAtee were both denied in quick succession before Rodrigues broke away to square it to Tom Richards to tap into an empty net. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines) Daniel came on and provided a superb burst of energy to Horsham's front line, his tricky work on the wing as well as his pace kept the Barnsley players on their heels throughout the second half. His constant running and superb play helped keep the Hornets in the tie. 9/10 (Photo: Ben Roberts Photo) After coming on Tuck provided extra calmness into the midfield to help keep the Hornets in control of the midfield. His defence work late on gave Horsham the foundation they needed to stay in the tie and seize a memorable cup performance. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines) Myles-Meekums came on and did what Fenelon had started at the top of the pitch. His superb work and pressing helped Horsham stay in the game and he worked his socks off to hurry and harass the Barnsley back four. His link up play, despite the visitors' backs being up against the wall late on, was superb as well. (Photo: John Lines) After coming on a second half sub Richards was the hero late on, to tap home from a Lucas Rodrigues cut back to level it up for Horsham at 3-3. His energy down the left hand side was superb and when the Hornets needed some defensive stability late on with Barnsley pushing the winner, was excellent at providing cover for Harvey Sparks. 9/10 (Photo: John Lines)