Boston Town suffered their second defeat to Deeping Rangers in a week.
Gary Edgley’s side had lost their previous two meetings with Rangers this season, 4-1 in the UCL Premier and 2-0 in Tuesday’s county cup clash, both on the road.
And the tone was set early in the first half as the visitors took a 19th-minute lead via Henry Dunn’s penalty.
Four minutes later it was 2-0 as a defensive mix-up gave Dan Jarvis an open goal to aim for.
Rangers were awarded a second penalty on the half-hour mark but this time Dunn’s effort rattled the bar.
Jarvis added a third before the interval with Luke Andersen adding to the tally with 20 minutes to go.
Town had aplayer dismissed at half time for comments made to the referee.