Pontypridd put Caerphilly to the sword with a 47-8 win at the 'House of Pain' in the Welsh Premiership on Friday 21 February.
Even with their top stars away on international duty, Lynn Howells' men had far too much for Mark Rings's side.
The game ended with a five-try to one count in favour of the home team.
The writing was on the wall from the second minute, Brett Davey hit a penalty goal, and moments later converted a try he had himself scored.
A trio of three pointers and a converted Shaun James try sent Ponty into the break 26-3 to the good - Caerphilly only managing a Justin Thomas penalty-goal.
The second half saw Pontypridd extend their lead with a Paul John try.
Caerphilly did manage a try from Sione Tuipuloto but further tries from wings Gareth Wyatt and Richard Johnston, converted by Davey and one from John made the result safe.
In all Davey notched 25-points through his try, four penalty goals and four conversions as the PARKER PEN CHALLENGE CUP semi-finalists reminded the PARKER PEN SHIELD semi-finalists of the pecking order in Welsh rugby.
Pontypridd: Brett Davey, Gareth Wyatt, Shaun James, Jason Lewis, Emyr Lewis; Paul John, Gareth Baber; Neil Hennessy, Matthew Rees, Sven Cronk, Brent Cockbain, Dale McIntosh, Nick Kelly, Wayne O'Connor, Geraint Lewis.
Reps: Mefin Davies, John Tilley, Richard Parks, Kingsley Jones, Richard Johnston; Andrew McLaughlin; Jon Bryant.
Caerphilly: Sione Tuipulotu; Taunaholo Taufahema, Sam Cox, Roddy Boobyer, Ryan Howells; Justin Thomas (capt), Allen Chilten; Geraint Liddon, Feao Vunipola, Darren Sweet, Darren Davies, Mark Workman, Gareth Jones, Simon Grainger, Andrew Williams.
Reps: Luke Richards, Owain Ashman, Robert Bilton, Richard Skuse, Christian Ferris, Gareth Williams, Edwards.
Referee: Ceri Evans (Cardiff).