I forgot to mention that adding 3bp is only done to the 5' or 3' end of your restriction site because some enzymes require larger overhangs for efficient cutting. You can access the cleavage efficiency close to DNA ends on the NEB website (https://www.neb.com/...f-dna-fragments).
Your primers look good, but I would change a couple of things...
The underline portions are not necessary. The overhang is required on the 5' end to ensure efficient cleavage.
5' - TATggatccGCCATGAAAAAGACAGCTATCGCG
5' - ATAggatccGCCATGAAAAAGACAGCTATCGCG
5' - CGCGTggatccGCCATGAAAAAGACAGCTATCGCG
5' - CGCggatccGCCATGAAAAAGACAGCTATCGCG
I would use...
Forward primer with BamHI (3bp overhang):
5' - ATAGGATCCATGAAAAAGACAGCTATCGCG - 3'
IDT Oligo Analyzer
Reverse primer with PstI (2bp overhang):
*You should double check and make sure if your plasmid will epitope tag your GOI. If it does, you need to consider if it will be at the 5' or 3' end of your gene.