A Josh Woods hat-trick - along with braces from Jamie Diston and Michael Murray and an Andre DeLisser strike - set up an emphatic 8-2 victory for North Greenford United against Division One side Coulsdon United in Saturday' EL Records Premier Cup.
The sheer quality of the finishing was the outstanding feature of this match.
If United can reproduce the high standard shown against Coulsdon and Epsom & Ewell the week before, they are capable of sustaining a promising start in the Combined Counties Premier League.
On a pitch made heavy by the driving rain, and with a strong gusty wind making conditions even more difficult, keeping the ball on the deck and playing a short passing game was difficult.
Greenford managed to do so at times, but there were occasions when the ball was given away too cheaply - especially at the start when Coulsdon who went into a shock third minute lead.
The team's talented right midfielder Tyrone Roberts made a strong run down the wing, and his fine cross was headed home by striker Jamie Marriott.
United's response was immediate. On 11 minutes, with Jack Bennett, Andre DeLisser and Josh Woods narrowly missing good chances to level the scores, Michael Murray played an accurate ball through to centre back Jamie Diston, whose fine turn and first-time shot gave Coulsdon keeper James Polley no chance.
Ten minutes later, United took the lead. A Coulsdon defensive mix-up allowed a Bennett ball to run past Polley, who had come to the edge of his area to clear the ball.
Using his pace, Woods got to the ball as it was about to cross the goal line to turn it neatly into the empty net.
Within minutes Greenford had made it three. Finding himself in space on the edge of the Coulsdon box, Michael Murray produced a delicate chip shot which left Polley helpless.
The fourth goal came with a little over five minutes of the half remaining. Woods played a ball into DeLisser and the United striker used his pace to get behind the home defence before coolly rounding Polley to drive the ball home.
On the hour, one of the best moves of the game provided a fifth. Woods found Bennett on the left, and then got on the end of a beautifully weighted return to score with a superb volley.
Before Coulsdon had time to catch breath, the same players combined for Woods' third and North Greenford's sixth goal, with Woods producing another fine finish, this time into the bottom corner.
With 20 minutes remaining, Michael Murray produced a second magical goal. Receiving the ball some 30 yards from goal, the Greenford midfielder spotted Polley off his line and scored with a magnificent long-range effort that had the home keeper clawing at thin air.
To their credit, Coulsdon never gave up and on 78 minutes, sub Neil Wilson pulled a goal back.
But the respite was shortlived. Two minutes later, Diston, once again inside the box following a United corner, smashed home his second and Greenford's eighth from close range.
United are back in Combined Counties League action on Saturday when they take on Horley Town at home.