Brecon Corries endured a night to forget as Trethomas Bluebirds eased to a 6-0 victory over their hosts in Floodighting and Electrical Services Ardal South East.
With the town enjoying the buzz on the annual jazz festival, it was the visitors who were hitting all the right notes, as the Corries were left feeling the blues.
Having enjoyed a 3-0 home success over Undy Athletic in their previous outing, Damien Daniels' men would have been in confident mood despite being without injured captain Dale Evans, but it was the FAW Amateur Trophy holders who displayed their class in an outstanding performance over the 90 minutes.
The visitors from Caerphilly opened the scoring in the 10th minute when Tom Gameson drove in off the right touchline and his inviting low cross was converted by Ethan Edwards arriving at the far post.
It was Gameson who turned from provider to goal scorer in the 36th minute after being set-up by Gareth Tedstone following some good approach play by the Bluebirds.
A contender for goal of the season arrived three minutes before the interval when Tedstone met a Charlie Loss corner with a well struck volley from 15 yards out that gave Corries keeper Declan Gaydon no chance to keep out.
There was no let-up from the Trethomas Bluebirds after the break as they continued to search for further goals and their work rate was exemplified by how quickly they won the ball back in midfield.
A fourth goal arrived for the visitors 12 minutes after the interval when striker Levi Rees was released on goal by Tedstone and maintained his composure to slide past Gaydon.
The rampant Bluebirds extended their advantage in the 68th minute after Gaydon lost the ball when he came out of his penalty area and Alfie Jones was on hand to turn it into an unguarded net.
Jones completed the scoring by netting his second goal of the evening after being set free by the impressive Gameson to finish past the advancing Gaydon.
The result sent the visitors to the head of the early league table, on goal difference from Goytre, whilst the Corries were left with plenty to reflect on before heading to Newport City on Wednesday.