Eastbourne Borough must produce their ‘A’ game if they are to progress in North Norfolk on Saturday.
Kimble said, “We take no side lightly and will give King’s Lynn our utmost respect.
“They seem a very strong outfit and have scored plenty of goals this season. We know we have a tough game on our hands. The Trophy is a one off and King’s Lynn will play with confidence and without fear.
“We will go their and be very solid and hope our attacking players have too much for them.
“We have to put in a professional performance to achieve the result we want.”
Kimble also insisted confidence in the Boro’ camp was high despite last week’s defeat to Dover.
“The spirit is good. We watched a video of the Dover game and we played well.
“We were punished for a couple of individual errors but we have put that to bed and have moved on. Against Dover we got 38 crosses into the box. We need to make sure we can build on that and get on the end of some of these.
“That is what we have been working hard on this week.”