Danny Hall's first goal for Crawley helped the Blue Square Premier leaders to a 5-0 win over Guiseley.
Hall notched soon after half-time for the Red Devils as five different Crawley players got their names on the scoresheet.
Matt Tubbs got the ball rolling on 15 minutes, slotting home after Craig McAllister was allowed to run clean through on Guiseley goalkeeper Steven Drench.
Up until then, Blue Square North side Guiseley had more than matched the visitors but Crawley's quality in front of goal told and Scott Neilson fired in a second on 36 minutes.
After the break and Crawley put the game to bed with Hall registering his first-ever goal for the Sussex outfit.
Drench got a hand to the tall defender's shot but could not keep it out and Crawley were three up and cruising.
Guiseley came close to restoring some pride when a low cross from right-back Ryan Toulson looked to have been directed into his own net by Kyle McFadzean but the ball was scrambled to safety.
Moments later Crawley added a fourth when Steve Masterton's cross was tapped home by substitute Richard Brodie, and former Wycombe winger Sergio Torres headed a fifth late on.