The Hawks coasted to a 5-1 win over Skrill South basement side Dorchester Town at Westleigh Park.
Dennis Oli gave the Hawks an early lead, before the visitors equalised against the run of play through Dan Way.
Goals from Scott Jones and Sahr Kabba put the home side back in charge before half-time.
And the Hawks’ superiority paid off with further goals from Steve Ramsey and Dan Strugnell in the second half.
Gosport Borough recorded their first Skrill South away win of the season – and defeated Concord for the second time in seven days – thanks to a 2-0 victory.
Dan Wooden put Alex Pike’s side in front in the first half, before substitute Rory Williams added the gloss to an impressive day for Borough.
Moneyfields’ third-round FA Vase game with Bitton was sensationally abandoned following a mass brawl involving most of the outfield players 10 minutes into extra-time.
A late challenge deep in the Moneyfields half sparked unedifying scenes as a rolling brawl erupted along the touchline.
The game went to extra-time with the honours deadlocked at 1-1.
Luck Bryan put the visitors ahead in the early stages of the second half, before Stuart Green equalised for Miles Rutherford’s side immediately afterwards.
In the Wessex League premier division, 10-man Horndean were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Downtown.
Nathan Paxton cancelled out the visitors’ opener.
But Horndean’s hope of snatching a dramatic winner were dashed when Dan Sharpe was shown a red card.
Bognor came from behind to defeat Margate 5-3 at Nyewood Lane in the Ryman League premier division.