Truro City boss Steve Tully says his side's 1-0 win at Dartford as a 'complete away performance'.
Isaac Vassell's 87th minute goal was enough to give the White Tigers victory over a club who were relegated form the Conference Premier last season.
"I'm really pleased, it was a complete away performance," he said after City's first National League South away win.
"We've had a lot of good performances away from home, but I'm delighted to come away with our first three points."
He told BBC Radio Cornwall: "We were solid, we used the ball better in the right areas and our midfield players all got on the ball when they needed to.
"But I think the front two, Matt Wright and Craig Duff, really got hold of the ball and made things happen for us."
The result moved Truro up to 14th in the table, and they are now unbeaten in four game since a 6-0 thrashing by Oxford City on Bank Holiday Monday.
"The reaction we've had since the drubbing against Oxford City has been outstanding and I said to the players and the fans, believe in me and Wayne (Carlisle, assistant manager)," added Tully.
"We'll get there slowly but surely, we know what we're doing and we'll get there, and to be fair the lads have jumped on board."