Bangor went goal crazy on their new 3G synthetic surface at Clandeboye Park to book a money-spinning League Cup quarter final spot against Cliftonville.
Striker Ethan Boylan and substitute Thomas Lambe both grabbed two apiece against outclassed Lurgan Celtic, with Andy Morrrow, Mark Cooling, Andy Hall and Darren Stewart getting on the scoring act in an 8-1 win.
Striker Raymond Fitzpatrick hit a consolation for the visitors.
Boylan opened the scoring before turning provider when his clever flick sent Morrow hurtling through the middle and he fired low past the advancing Stephen O’Hagan.
Goalkeeper Darren Gibbons then gifted Celtic a life line when his sloppy clearance fell to Declan Heaney, who threaded a pass into the path off Fitzpatrick and his finish was clinical.
Bangor restored their two goal advantage three minutes before the break. Hall whipped in a cross from the right that was powered home by the head of Boylan.
Cooling killed the tie on 55 minutes when he rifled home a fourth form the edge of the box that left O’Hagan helpless.
Hall struck the goal of night before Lambe drilled in the sixth and seventh goals leaving it to Stewart who completed the rout in injury time.
The Seasiders will face Cliftonville at Solitude on November 12.