Ian Sampson's Corby Town lost their second successive match, as a ruthless first half display from Moors condemned them to a 3-0 defeat.
The Steelmen made one change from Saturday's defeat against Vauxhall Motors, reverting to a 4-5-1 formation with Tom McGowan replacing Leon McKenzie.
Despite the extra man in midfield, it was the hosts who controlled the match from the first whistle and it took them only 13 minutes to turn that dominance into a lead.
Darryl Knights cheeky flick went beyond Paul Walker in the Corby Town goal, after he got himself in front of the Steelmen defenders.
That lead was soon doubled, as an innocuous ball was floated into the Corby Town box and Omar Bogle guided it into the net on 27 minutes. It was a poor goal for Sampson's charges to concede after the visitors failed to clear the danger.
The result was put beyond any doubt before half time, as Gary Birch bagged the host's third of the evening just a minute before the break. The Steelmen again failed to deal with a ball into the box, and Birch was on hand to chest the ball down and rifle his shot into the top corner.
The second half was much improved for Corby, with substitutes Leon McKenzie and Josh Moreman going close, however the Steelmen could not manage to find their first goal of the campaign.
Corby now travel to Worcester City on Saturday afternoon still looking to register their first points of the 2012/13 season.