Floodlight failure forced Ebbsfleet's game against Weston to be abandoned on Tuesday night.
The lights went out just after the first half had finished and although some of them came back on, referee Josh Smith eventually called the game off at 9.20pm.
Fleet were leading 2-0 having played some of their best football for years and the home crowd - which was in excess of 1,000 - stuck around to applaud the players, who in turn made a point of thanking them before they headed prematurely back down the tunnel to get changed.
There had been a change to Ebbsfleet's starting line-up for the first time this season, with Stuart Lewis replacing Dean Rance in the defensive midfield role.
Weston, who had lost their first three games of the season and conceded 12 goals in the process, arrived at Stonebridge Road less than 45 minutes before kick-off after getting stuck in traffic.
Manager Ryan Northmore made three alterations to the side which started against Hemel Hempstead on Saturday, drafting in Jake Llewellyn, Kane Ingram and Joe McClennan for Jamie Edge, Jake Mawford and Tristan Plummer.
Ebbsfleet were utterly dominant in one of the most one-sided halves you could ever wish to see. They monopolised possession and Weston had all 11 men behind the ball for long spells.
Jordan Parkes dinked a terrific pass into the feet of Danny Kedwell and it needed an excellent last-ditch tackle to prevent the former Gills striker from pulling the trigger.
A slick move involing around 15 passes finished with Matt Godden looping a volley past the post and Godden then headed Matt Fish's right-wing cross over the bar.
Two strong tackles from Lewis in midfield got the Fleet moving again moments later. Joe Howe crossed from the left and after Parkes had seen a shot blocked, Godden's effort deflected over.
When Parkes was fouled by Dayle Grubb on the edge of the box, he picked himself up and curled the free-kick just past the angle.
John Paul Kissock played the ball into Kedwell's feet and he teed up Parkes for a shot which flew over. Robbie Willmott's pass then cut the Westin defence open and Clayton Fortune did well to clear Fish's cross off the line.
Lewis sliced a shot well wide and when Howe's cross from the left was not cleared, Godden had a shot blocked. Parkes' dummy then allowed Kedwell to turn and fire a shot across goal and wide.
Parkes sent a shot whistling just over from 30 yards but the deadlock was about to be broken.
Willmott beat two players down the Fleet right and crossed for Kedwell to head beyond Purnell.
No sooner had one goal arrived than a second came along, in stoppage-time. Kedwell turned provider, laying on a tap-in for Godden.
But then the lights went out, relieving Weston of further punishment.
Ebbsfleet: Hall, Fish, Howe, S Lewis, Clark, Bonner, Godden, Parkes, Kedwell, Kissock, Willmott. Subs not used: Acheampong, Miles, Cunnington, Rance, Haynes.
Weston: Purnell, Withey, Llewellyn, Keary, Barnes, Fortune, Ingram, Cane, Wilson, Grubb, McClennan. Subs not used: Byrne, Edge, Ash, Mawford, Plummer.