Barrow cruised to the League One title with a 76-0 demolition of West Wales Raiders at Craven Park.
Leading the charge was winger Tee Ritson, who helped himself to a club record seven tries as the Raiders were continually swept aside.
The victory means that Barrow will automatically take their place in the Championship next season while Cumbrian neighbours Workington Town will join them if they can win through the play-offs.
Barrow scored their points at regular intervals after going ahead on nine minutes and building a 34-0 lead by half-time. The points continued to flow with Ritson going in for his seventh try six minutes from the end.
The other Barrow tries were scored by Jarrad Stack (2), Carl Forster, Declan Hulme, Shane Toal, Callum Bustin and Charlie Emslie. Ryan Shaw landed 10 goals.
Coach Paul Crarey said: “I am delighted to have clinched promotion with the title in front of our fans who have been magnificent throughout the season. It really is a relief because of the injuries and the knocks we’ve had to players we would definitely have struggled to get through the play-offs.”
Barrow finish their regular season with their game at Workington unplayed but top the table on 79.41per cent. Town host Hunslet in their last game of the regular season which leaves them with three games unplayed – Barrow (h), Coventry (h) and Rochdale (a).
Town are currently on 75% and cannot overhaul Barrow on percentage even if they win today.