You would have got 14/1 on a goalless draw at the start. Hard luck anyone who had a punt.
Tuesday's Bury destroyer Dom Poleon made sure long odds and a Shakers shook were not going to be let off a second time either - three, if you count the 2-1 away league win in October.
His two assists and terrific goal in three first-half minutes made this as a competition over by the 29th minute.
Managerless Bury had no answer to a rampant Dons once the goals rained in.
Early on, Dean Parrett tested the reflexes of keeper Ben Williams with an early free-kick that was just palmed away. And then minutes later earned a yellow card for a foul on Jacob Mellis that earned ref the wrath of the Kingsmeadow crowd.
However, an inconsistent start for Chris Whelpdale since he joined Dons from Stevenage made him Johnny on the spot to poke home from Poleon's cross.
No sooner had the cheers subsided that Poleon slipped the defence ran on and smashed the ball in off the underside of the bar.
It was 3-0 just 70 seconds later when Tom Elliott helped himself with Poleon again the provider.
When you're luck's in - it's in.
Niall Maher got a piece of George Francomb in the box and the man with the whistle redeemed himself by pointing to the spot.
There was a bit of debate as to the taker, but the felled man won out to send the keeper the wrong way for 4-0.
A goal that a good header from Bury took the wind out of AFC sails to pull one back against the run of play.
James Vaughan caught the Dons defence napping to head in at the back post as he connected with a Danny Mayor cross.
But normal service - ie the goal avalanche, continued on 57 minutes when Elliott dropped the ball over the Bury defence for Francomb to collect and drive and low past the keeper.
You have to feel for the visitors.
A clash of heads between their scorer and Elliott saw Vaughan soldier on for a couple of minutes - and then needed to come off.
His 10 team-mates would have joined him if they could.