Veteran striker David Reeves scored a hat-trick as Scarborough ensured they went through the whole Conference season unbeaten at home with a thumping 4-0 win against Farnborough.
The Seadogs dominated from the first whistle, with Kevin Nicholson and Neil Redfearn both forcing saves from goalkeeper Andy Petterson in the early stages.
Mark Hotte should have done better with a close-range effort, before the home side did finally make the breakthrough in the 40th minute.
Tyrone Thompson's cross picked out Chris Senior, who attempted an overhead kick. The ball cannoned off Boro defender Anthony Fenton and fell invitingly for Reeves, who headed home.
Reeves made it two on the stroke of half-time, coolly converting a Scott Kerr cross from six yards for his third of the season, and completed his hat-trick in the 67th minute with another close-range finish.
Kerr completed the scoring with four minutes remaining, collecting substitute Michael Coulson's pass and lashing the ball home.