Lee Noble scored twice as Dartford thrashed Woking in a mid-table encounter at Princes Park.
Nathan Collier broke the deadlock for the Darts from 12 yards but Woking levelled as Jayden Stockley headed in.
Noble's right-footed shot put the hosts ahead on the stroke of half-time before a Charlie Sheringham header made the game safe on the hour mark.
Noble completed the rout with a stunning 30-yard free-kick that flew into the top corner.
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Woking midfielder Kevin Betsy told BBC Surrey:
"It was one game too many for us and we struggled to field eleven men on the pitch. We had five injuries and you can't expect to play the amount of matches we've played.
"There's no excuses because Dartford played very well.
"We're a part-time club and you don't see professional players train every day and to do that amount of games is impossible.
"The gaffer [Garry Hill] has been great because he's probably never managed a side playing this amount of games, especially a part-time side.
"He understands we're doing our best. I'm 35 and to play four ninety minute matches in six days is unbelievable."