There was no indication of what was to come when Bedfont Green were being held 2-2 by Bookham at half-time on Saturday.
But a late goal glut wrapped up a 7-3 victory and kept Green second in the Combined Counties Premier.
Green fell behind early on but were awarded a penalty for handball and Jon-Barrie Bates, who had fired over from the spot just four days earlier at Egham, banished that memory by coolly slotting home.
Soon after, Green took the lead when a Gavin Hart corner found its way to Tom McCarthy to fire home, but Bookham levelled with a penalty of their own following a Ryan Copeland foul.
And it wasn't until 66 minutes that Green had the lead again, Carl McClusky heading home just moments after Hart had seen a shot cleared off the line.
Hart was at the centre of it again soon after, pulling back for Russell
Miner so smash home. But Bookham pulled one back on 79 minutes and almost equalised straight away but for a fine save from Lee Pearce.
That was the cue for the floodgates to open, with sub Aaron Samuel making an instant impact with two goals in two minutes.
Chris Henry then gave the scoreline a flattering feel after being set up by Miner.
Green visit Badshot Lea on Saturday before hosting North Greenford United on Tuesday night. [25a0] BEDFONT slipped to 14th after losing 5-2 at Colliers Wood United.
The Orchardmen were two goals down before Mark Gallagher pulled one back just before half-time.
But three more goals put Colliers Wood firmly in control by the time Jamandhi Henry pulled back a consolation for The Orchardmen with three minutes left.
Bedfont host struggling Hartley Wintney on Saturday.