Michael Herd's 18th-minute strike sent East Stirlingshire on their way to a comfortable win that saw them overtake opponents Clyde in the Scottish Third Division.
The hosts took the lead when midfielder Herd blasted the ball into the top corner of Jamie Barclay's goal from 25 yards.
Paul Quinn doubled the Shire's lead from the penalty spot in the 57th minute after he was brought down in the box by Barclay.
Andrew Stirling sealed the points six minutes later when he drilled the ball into the bottom corner from long-range.
Clyde offered very little going forward in the second half and never looked like denting the home side's lead.
East Stirlingshire: Hay, Jackson, Buchanan, Hunter, Maxwell, Greenhill, Miller, Herd (Wright 85), Stirling, Quinn (Shepherd 80), Glasgow (Conor Kelly 80). Subs Not Used: Gordon, Turner.
Booked: Greenhill, Jackson, Hunter. Goals: Herd 18, Quinn 57 pen, Stirling 63.
Clyde: Barclay, John Kane, Gray, Lyden, Sharp, Fitzpatrick, Fitzharris (Scullion 64),Sweeney, McGachie (McColm 64), Watt (Graham 70), McCluskey. Subs Not Used: Rajovic, MacBeth.
Booked: Fitzpatrick, Barclay, Sharp, Sweeney.
Ref: Gary Hilland