Big-spenders Monaco were given a scare in the French Cup on Sunday before a late Yannick Ferreira Carrasco winner eased them past third division Vannes 3-2 and into the last-32.
Top flight leaders Paris Saint-Germain had their match at Brest postponed until Tuesday at the weather-hit Brittany club, while Lille, Bordeaux, Lyon, Guingamp, Rennes, Montpellier and Ajaccio all advanced.
Ligue 1 clubs Nantes, beaten 2-0 by Nice, and Evian, downed 1-0 by Bastia, were knocked out by top flight rivals.
Monaco's Colombian striker Radamel Falcao cancelled out a first minute strike from Hendrick Cakin 60 seconds later, only for the hosts to move ahead again nine minutes before half-time through 21-year-old French striker Yannick Aguemon.
Falcao's compatriot James Rodriguez tied the match just before the break before Belgium midfielder Ferreira Carrasco avoided extra-time and a potentially embarrassing exit, with the winning goal for the Ligue 1 high-flyers four minutes from the conclusion of a spirited Cup tie.
Monaco brought a squad assembled for a budget of €130m to the west of France for a fixture against a Vannes outfit put together for just €3m.
Elsewhere, holders Bordeaux grinded down third division Raon l'Etape 2-1, Lille came back to down Amiens 3-1, helped by a brace from Côte d'Ivoire striker Salomon Kalou, and Montpellier defeated lower tier club Rodez 2-0.
In the final match of the evening, Marseille and Reims couldn't find the target within 90 minutes but Marseille pulled out a 2-0 win over the Ligue 1 adversaries with two goals from Andre Pierre Gignac in the 94th and 115th minutes to seal passage to the last 16.