Just when it seemed the game was destined to be decided by spot-kicks, Hollobone turned up in the six-yard box to slot a low effort beyond Liam Matthews into the Broadbridge Heath goal, for first time in the tournament, and hand Peacehaven the cup.
Following the win, Peacehaven manager, Mark Shutt and assistant manager, Dan Norwood, shared their thoughts following a memorable win for the side.
"My heart has not stopped the whole game,” said Norwood, “It was one of those games which was cagey the whole time.
“Everything we asked them to do, it just didn't seem to go to plan. It was one of those 90 minutes of a cup final where anything could happen."
Shutt added: "I was pacing around in the technical area because everything we worked on the whole week going into this game didn't replicate out on the pitch which was a bit of a shame.
“But it just goes to show that at the end of the 90 minutes, they go and score the goal and win the game - so what do we know?"
When asked about how stressful it was to keep Broadbridge Heath at bay, Shutt said:
"I didn't have a problem with our defence. That's our 31st clean sheet of the season. So, we know we can defend. We've got Nathan [Stroomberg-Clarke] in goal and he's an absolute superstar.
Eman [Osei-Asomah], Drew [Matthews] at the back and Dochers [Harry Docherty] and Ross [Barclay] dropped in at the end. The four of them, and Nathan, they've been amazing all season in doing those jobs.
“I knew there would be moments where we would have to weather it, and that didn't stress me out. It was the lack of creation going forward that frustrated me as a coach."
Norwood also revealed that the team was in preparation for penalties when Hollobone struck the decisive goal. He said: "I was already talking about who's coming on, who's taking them, what order we are going in.
“We've been in so many penalty shootouts this season, you just have to be prepared and know who's going to take them, and we just left it late again. The feeling was unbelievable."
Shutt was also full of praise for Peacehaven's fans who sang from the first whistle to the last.
"They're absolutely barmy! We've got a massive youth set up here and they all buy into what we're doing so they come and support us on matchdays.
“The boys have got a good rapport with them as well, so they’ll go in and they share the trophy with them, and I’m sure they’ll be coming back to clubhouse tonight to enjoy the evening!”