A storming second half performance helped Ballymena United come from a goal down to convincingly defeat Dungannon Swifts at Stangmore Park.
Ballymena started brightly, creating a number of half chances early on, but fell behind on 22 minutes when Rhyss Campbell was fouled by Ross Redman on the edge of the box with Michael Carvill stepping up to convert from the spot.
That was how it stayed until three goals in quick succession put the Sky Blues very firmly in the driving seat early in the second half.
Jude Winchester levelled on 54 minutes after having the time to pick his spot with a header after connecting with a cross from the right.
Then, three minutes later, Trai Hume edged David Jeffrey's side in front with a back post nod past Sam Johnston when the ball had reached him through a crowd of players.
And, on the hour, it was 3-1 through former Swifts striker Paul McElroy who scored from the spot after Shay McCartan had been brought down by Johnston.
McCartan himself then bagged a further two goals to well and truly put the issue beyond doubt.
On 72 minutes he swept the ball past Johnston following a sweeping team move that began with Josh Kelly finding McElroy down the left who, in turn, delivered the cross that McCartan smashed home.
And five minutes from time, after United had come close on a couple of occasions, the scoring was completed after McCartan's class took him past a number of players before finding the bottom corner with a left-foot finish.