Newport moved above Wrexham into third place in the Blue Square Bet Premier with a thumping win over Macclesfield.
The visitors took a third minute lead when Guy Madjo pounced on a defensive error to set up Jay Burgess.
Christian Jolley's close-range effort drew Newport level before Andy Sandell converted from the penalty spot.
Robbie Willmott's decisive finish added a third before the break, the winger completing the comeback after Sandell's effort had been cleared off the line.
The victory was a fitting response to the pre-match announcement that manager Justin Edinburgh had signed a two-year contract extension.
Newport still have a slim chance of winning the title but, with three games left, they are eight points behind leaders Mansfield Town.
They are six behind second-placed Kidderminster Harriers, who have played a game more.
Macclesfield's fourth straight defeat sees them slip a place to ninth.
View from the dressing room
Newport County manager Justin Edinburgh told BBC Radio Wales:
"I thought we were excellent. We really passed the ball well and scored some fantastic goals.
"I'm really pleased with the boys that came into the side, I thought they were excellent. All-in-all it was another good night at Rodney Parade.
"After securing our play-off place on Tuesday, it was pleasing we didn't drop our standards."