Becchio scored a header for Leeds and also struck the woodwork
Leeds were taken to extra-time against Kettering before sealing a third-round FA Cup tie against Manchester United.
Luciano Becchio headed the home team in front as Leeds dominated the first hour, with the scorer hitting the post and Lee Harper making several saves.
Former Leeds player Anthony Elding headed Kettering level after the break.
Leeds took control in the second half of extra-time, Tresor Kandol heading home between two strikes from Mike Grella before Jermaine Beckford struck.
The scoreline was harsh in the extreme on the non-league team.
There was little to choose between the two sides in the first half of extra-time but after the restart Leeds took control with four goals in 11 minutes to ensure the tie would not go to a penalty shoot-out.
The match was played in wet and blustery conditions and for the first hour it seemed as though it would be a fairly miserable experience for the visiting supporters.
Their team was completely outclassed, with Leeds creating clear-cut openings almost at will.
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