Tipton may have made history with their first FA Cup first round appearance in 62 years but that was where the dream ended as they were thumped 6-0 at Carlisle.
The hosts raced into a four-goal lead inside 24 minutes and added another before half-time. Gary Madine grabbed a first-half hat-trick and Ivory Coast forward Francois Zoko scored the other goal, with Madine netting a fourth in the closing minutes of the second half.
Madine's header freed Zoko to race clear and lob the ball past keeper Matt Sargeant in the fourth minute. The floodgates then opened with Madine adding the second in the ninth minute, netting from a yard out from Ben Marshall's cutback from the by-line.
Madine was on target three minutes later pumping home a header from James Berrett's right-wing corner.
Number four was scored by Zoko again following a Berrett corner. The Carlisle striker picked his spot from 15 yards to drive a shot past Sargeant.
Tipton managed to hold out until the 44th minute when Madine fired home after the defence failed to clear yet another dangerous Berrett corner.
Madine netted his fourth of the match from Craig Curran's cross in the 83rd minute when the substitute's cross from the left gave him a clear opening to beat the keeper from 10-yards.