A hat-trick from Jamie Gray helped Barrhead to an emphatic win over a depleted Antonine squad.
There were also goals from Peter Haggarty, Christopher Burns, Jack Eadson and a goal of the season contender from Conor Bradley.
With the away team missing as many as 6 first team regulars it was always going to be a difficult game for the away side.
The game started with the Antoine game plan becoming pretty clear, trying to pack the defense and use their pace on the counter.
But that game plan went out the window quickly as Barrhead took the lead through Gray. And it came after a wonderful lay-off from Haggarty to Gray who finessed the ball into the far corner.
It could have very easily been two soon after when Fraser McLaughlin smashed the crossbar from 35 yards out and at this point, even though it was 1-0 it wasn't looking good for Antonine with them having very little attacking threat in the first half.
For the next 20 minutes there were very few chances for both teams in the first half with Antonine being very defensive and frustrating Barrhead very well.
But Barrhead got their two goal cushion and it came after a bit of pinball in the penalty area. The ball fell to Haggarty who stroked it from close range.
The goals came flowing after that as Blair Dawson spilled a long shot from Eadson into the path Gray who bundled the ball home.
And they weren't finished there in the first half as Conor Bradley scored a goal of the season contender as he dribbled to the byline, turned back and curled it directly into the top corner.