Inverness go into the hat for the fifth round draw tomorrow night, and that's not something that Coll Donaldson can say.
Aaron Doran fired in a tremendous early opening goal but Kevin Cawley levelled before the break. Jordan White headed a second on the hour but again the Wasps struck back through Kevin O'Hara before a late Charlie Trafford header saw Inverness through this difficult tie without the need for a replay.
Since winning the Scottish Cup in May 2015, it has been all downhill for Inverness. Relegation from the Premiership followed in season 2016/2017 and we find ourselves now in our third season in the Championship watching Dundee United disappear into the distance with a play-off place our only hope of getting back into the promised land.
It's Dobbie time. Steven Dobbie takes the rest of his entourage North this weekend as Inverness host Queen of the South at the Caledonian Stadium. The game kicks off at 3:00pm and let's hope the wind and rain relents somewhat so we can avoid trampolines and other objects seen hurtling around Inverness this past week.
Oh dear, the weather has won, the game has been called off on Friday after a 12:00inspection.
Inverness dominated the early exchanges and it was no surprise when Aaron Doran opened the scoring with a wham bam thankyou mam effort. Long ball from McHattie to Rooney and then on to Doran for a brilliant opener. Seven minutes later, James Keatings ran through on to a Rooney pass on the counter and finished superbly under Hamilton for a second goal in the 24th minute as the visitors dominance continued. The half time stats showed Inverness with seven attempts on target to zero for Dundee. Despite an improved second 45 from the hosts, Inverness were well worth the three points today and remain second in the Championship.