Ballymena secured their first away win in the Premiership with a comfortable victory over Distillery.
Gary Liggett blasted over for the hosts before Jamie Davidson fired into the top corner to put the Sky Blues ahead.
United dominated the second half and former Distillery striker David Cushley made it 2-0 with a superb strike.
Substitute James McCabe headed in from Gavin Taggart's cross before drilling low into the net to complete his double and the scoring after 69 minutes.
Cushley was twice denied in the first half by Whites keeper Billy Brennan, who also made an excellent save from Alan Teggart's shot.
United surged clear in the second half although the hosts missed out on a late consolation when Andy Ferguson's strike was cleared off the line.
Ballymena move up to sixth while the Whites remain two points clear of bottom club Donegal Celtic.