Yeovil fired three first-half goals to beat Stevenage 3-0 at Huish Park in a game that saw three red cards after the break.
Sam Sturridge scored twice, with Olufela Olomola also netting, as Yeovil's Olomola and Francois Zoko and Stevenage's Kevin Toner were dismissed.
The visitors went close early on as Chris Whelpdale hit the inside of the post, but once Sturridge opened the scoring as he hit it low into the bottom corner after 24 minutes, the hosts dominated.
Three minutes later it was 2-0 as Otis Khan picked the ball up on the counter and with only Terence Vancooten back for Boro slotted it into Olomola for a tidy finish.
Surridge got his second in the 40th minute when Boro failed to pick up the striker and he hammered it in from a Khan corner.
A red mist descended on the game in the second half as a melee erupted on the halfway line which lead to red cards for Olomola and substitute Toner.
This was taken further late on when Francois Zoko was also sent off for a high foot on Jack King.