Student Stefan Brown taught nine-man Bradford Park Avenue a lesson with a 15-minute hat-trick as AFC Totton strolled in the second round of the FA Cup with an 8-1 win.
After the early sending off of Bradford forward Richard Marshall for violent conduct, the hosts, in their first ever first round FA Cup tie, began to assert their authority and Jonathan Davies' drive opened the scoring in the 13th minute.
Totton's lead was doubled as Michael Gosney tucked away a penalty following Ross Daly's foul on Nathaniel Sherborne in the 29th minute.
The visitors were handed a lifeline a minute later when Grant Porter flapped at Martin Drury's free-kick, allowing Adam Clayton to steal in to score, only for Michael Charles to restore the home side's two-goal lead before the break.
The tie was put to bed either side of the hour-mark when Gosney first stroked home Charles' cross, before laying it on for substitute Brown.
Drury's dismissal for dissent compounded Park Avenue's miserable day, with Brown crashing home a sixth goal for Totton following replacement Mark Osman's cross.
Osman's flick on then allowed Brown to complete his quick-fire treble, while in stoppage time Davies finished what he started, hammering home to inflict upon Bradford their worst ever FA Cup defeat.