Jersey scored seven tries on their way to a 41-3 thumping of struggling Birmingham and Solihull at Damson Park.
Donovan Sanders (2), Michael Le Bourgeois, Kingsley Lang, Nick Trower and teenager Chris Levesley all touched down along with a penalty try.
The islanders stay fourth but would be top if they had not been docked five points earlier in the season.
A penalty from former Jersey fly-half Dan Hawkes was the only score of the game for the Bees.
They stay adrift at the bottom of the National League One table, five points behind Stourbridge.
"It was a great win away from home," said Jersey's head coach Ben Harvey.
"There's a huge amount of spirit in this squad and we've managed just to concede three points today.
"Going into the second half of the season we feel it's in our hands to go away and hopefully get promotion."