Harrow Borough 6 Horsham 1
Harrow's very own karate kid, Miles Jones, helped chop hapless Horsham down to size on his debut, as Borough recorded their biggest Ryman Premier League victory since January.
The striker, who turns 21 later this month, scored twice in the second half, to give David Howell's men a four-goal cushion while showing the fans his trademark goal celebration, which consists of a double back-flip and a mid-air backwards somersault.
Jones almost took the spotlight from in-demand winger Robin Shroot, who capped an industrious display with a brace while setting up three other goals in front of ten Football League club scouts.
Howell, who watched further goals from Danny Leech and Bobby Highton cap a memorable performance by his team, said of the dreadlocked hitman: "Miles has been knocking on the door for a while and he did well in the reserves in the week, so I decided it was time to try him out.
"His goal celebration is something you would expect to see from Jet Li, Jackie Chan or Bruce Lee  it is unbelievable. He makes Lua-Lua [former Newcastle United striker famed for his multi-back flip goal celebration] look stationary."
Jones, who started his career at Brent-ford before clocking up time with Woking, Hayes, Corinthian Casuals (loan) and Aldershot, is also a Barbados international and was brought to Howell's attention by player-coach Jamie Lawrence, although the Borough boss has yet to find out more about his latest show stopper.
"I don't know the first thing about him really," admitted Howell. "I wanted to find out if he was the real deal and if he could contribute something to us. I pay little attention to what a player says he has done in the past and that was the case with Miles. I gave him a chance last weekend and he took it with both hands."
Borough, who have not won by a five-goal margin in the league since they crushed Heybridge Swifts at the start of the year, oozed confidence and now have a swagger about them.
This was the first time Harrow had scored six goals in a league game since beating Hitchin Town 6-3 in April 2001. The last time they hit six at Earlsmead in the league was in March 2000, when Gravesend & Northfleet were ripped apart.
"The win has given the lads confidence. We came in at half time 2-0 up but it could have easily been either 6-0 or 1-1. Andray [Baptiste] made a great save at 1-0, while we missed plenty of chances at the other end.
"I knew we still had plenty of work to do and we came out and got two early goals."
Howell rejigged his starting line-up, bringing back Danny Leech at centre back. He partnered Tobi Jinadu while skipper Wayne Walters shifted to right back with Ryan Watts at left back.
Missing were Daniel McGonigle, who suffered a broken bone in his hand at Tonbridge, and striker Jonathan Constant, who had complained of whiplash after a car accident on Saturday morning and been ordered to go to hospital by the club physio.
Both sides wasted good early chances before Horsham suffered a major blow when their tireless midfielder, Haddow, was rushed to hospital after falling awkwardly.
However, the lengthy delay failed to upset Borough's rhythm and they took the lead after 25 minutes. Jones won a tackle and broke down the right before delivering a great cross for Shroot to blast home at the far post.
Baptiste denied Eldridge and Sigere, while Jones had a shot charged down at the other end. Jinadu found the woodwork for the second week running before Leech headed in Shroot's cross for 2-0 on the stroke of half time.
The Northern Ireland U21 star then hared away to set Jones up for his first goal two minutes into the restart, before the new terrace hero made it 4-0.
Evan Archibald reduced the arrears from the penalty spot on the hour after Jinadu blotted his copybook. Harrow had their own penalty claims waved away when Shroot was upended.
However, the waves of Borough attacks continued and Highton made it 5-1 with 11 minutes left, Shroot once again the architect. The youngster then put the gloss on a superb display with his second of the game after 87 minutes, but was denied a hat-trick by Horsham goalkeeper Tolfrey moments later.
Harrow Borough: Baptiste, Leech, Watts (Hall, 74), Walters, Jinadu, Highton, Lawrence (Whitely, 83), Frempong, Clarke (Morlese, 83), Jones, Shroot.