Earby dominated this game from start to finish on a sticky pitch.
They took the lead early on as a clever pass by Carl Howarth put in Adam Smith, who finished well.
Earby got a second on 15 minutes when Joe Pilling was upended in the box and Smith stepped up to dispatch the spot kick.
The game got a bit sloppy with neither side able to create any clear cut chances for the rest of the half.
Pilling was unlucky at the start of the second half when he beat his man but his shot came back of the foot of the post.
Smith completed his hat-trick with a solo run, beating three Ingrow players and firing a shot into the bottom corner on 60 minutes.
Lewis McKane’s side-foot volley from a free kick made it 4-0 five minutes later, and Earby extended their lead when a corner on the right found James Oldroyd at the back post, and he headed in.
Oldroyd then saw his shot well saved by the keeper, before Rory Robinson in the Earby goal pulled of a fine save, tipping the ball over the bar at full stretch to guarantee a clean sheet.
Smith got his fourth when he raced onto a ball over the top from substitute Chris Farrell and fired in off the post.