A full round up of Saturday's Scottish Cup results
Six fixtures took place ahead of Ayr United v Rangers and Aberdeen v Dundee United on Sunday.
Celtic 3-2 Partick Thistle
Celtic were the first team to book their place in the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup after the lunchtime kick off.
James Forrest netted his first hat trick for the club, opening his account after just three minutes.
Kris Doolan and Conor Sammon both pulled goals back for the visitors but they were unable to force a replay, despite Ryan Edwards coming close inside stoppage time.
Cove Rangers 1-3 Falkirk
Falkirk didn't take long to open the scoring away to Cove Rangers, netting after just two minutes.
It proved to be an exciting start though with Mitch Megginson equalising seconds later.
Craig Sibbald and Alex Jakubiak both scored within two minutes of each other shortly after the break.
Dundee 0-2 Motherwell
Motherwell progressed in the competition with a victory at Dens Park.
Craig Tanner opened the scoring on 30 minutes before Curtis Main added a second shortly before the hour mark.
The Steelmen have won both their Scottish Cup ties this season by 2-0, previously knocking Hamilton Accies out in January.
Hearts 3-0 St Johnstone
It was one-way traffic at Tynecastle as Hearts recorded their fourth clean sheet against St Johnstone this season.
Kyle Lafferty hit a double with Demetri Mitchell netting in between to send Craig Levein's men into the draw.
Their only defeat since the start of November came against Celtic at the end of last month.
Kilmarnock 4-0 Brora Rangers
Brora Rangers played their first fifth round Scottish Cup tie in the club's history but it ended in a resounding victory for Kilmarnock.
Aaron Tshibola scored on his debut for Steve Clarke's men before Kris Boyd, Eamonn Brophy and Stephen O'Donnell added after the break.
The Brora Rangers players invaded the stand holding the travelling support at full time to celebrate their cup run.
Morton 3-0 Dumbarton
Jim Duffy's side eased into the final eight with three goals against Dumbarton at home.
Frank Ross opened the scoring after just 12 minutes before Jack Iredale and Bob McHugh added in the second half.