Hill's outfit, who are second from bottom in League One, will now face the winners of Wednesday night's replay between Spurs and Newport County of League Two at Wembley.
Having gone off the boil in recent months, and having suffered a few injury niggles, Abraham is still looking to fully recapture his match sharpness, but tonight's brace will see him gain a major confidence boost, and he will now aim to sparkle for the Swans in the coming months.
Carvalhal played a team filled largely with fringe players and two of them - Tammy Abraham and Nathan Dyer - scored twice in the first half.
Army officer, three soldiers martyred in Pakistan firing on LoC in Rajouri
Veeri said dialogue and reconciliation is the only way to restore peace along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir and in the mainland.
"I'm very happy", he told BBC Sport.
Maldives' top judge arrested as state of emergency declared
Early on Tuesday opposition leader Maumoon Abdul Gayoom was charged with bribery and attempting to overthrow the government, his lawyer said on Twitter .
Huddersfield was another victor in the fourth-round replays, beating second-tier Birmingham 4-1 after extra time to set up a last-16 clash with Manchester United - three days after losing at Old Trafford in the Premier League.
Carlos Carvalhal will take on Sheffield Wednesday with Swansea in the FA Cup.
Steve Mounie, Rajiv van La Parra and Tom Ince were all on target in the additional half an hour after a Marc Roberts own goal cancelled out an opener from Birmingham's Che Adams in regulation time. Huddersfield may have lost at Old Trafford on Saturday, but David Wagner's side beat United at home in October.
Unlike Cahill who was ineligible for the fourth-round replay, Meredith was included in the starting line-up at left-back but couldn't prevent Ian Henderson's 53rd minute strike sending the League One side through.
Barnier warns Britain over post-Brexit trade
The subject is so sensitive that the Prime Minister has previously declined to authorise any formal discussion in the group. The news comes as European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier is due to meet prime minister Theresa May in London today.