Blackpool book a cup date with Everton.
Matt Phillips steered in a low shot on seven minutes after an earlier effort by Wednesday's Ryan Lowe was saved.
Lomana LuaLua then led a break, curling into the top corner from the edge of the box seven minutes later.
And Ludovic Sylvestre put the game beyond reach when he collected Phillips's backheel to score similarly in the second half.
Phillips could easily have scored again but shot wide, as Blackpool underlined their growing status as team coming into form at the just the right time of the season. Ian Holloway's side are now unbeaten in eight games and are fourth in the Championship as they push for promotion to the Premier League after being relegated last season.
But with this display they will give Everton a good test in the next round such was the fluidity of their attacking prowess.
Liam Feeney's 92nd-minute strike helped Millwall complete a late comeback to dump Southampton out of the FA Cup.
Millwall dominated the early stages and James Henry teed up Liam Trotter to fire in from the edge of the box, but Southampton levelled when Adam Lallana slid the ball past David Forde. Lallana hit the bar with a free-kick before Rickie Lambert controlled on the edge of the box and finished, but Dany N'Guessan's bullet header made it 2-2 before Feeney's stunning winner.
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Feb 8, 2012|
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