THREE points at home, three stunning strikes for Chester as they inflicted a fifth straight defeat on visitors Barnet.
Kevin Ellison was key to this victory as he provided the first before stunning everyone inside the Deva Stadium with two wonder-strikes.
The first owed more to his cheeky tenacity. Trapped on the byline and going nowhere, he somehow slipped past his marker and fired a driven cross.
John Murphy, returning from injury, had the ball taken from his head but it fell to Richie Partridge who volleyed it low past keeper Lee Harrison after just five minutes.
Barnet had their pressure, Liam Hatch lifting a cross in which almost dropped in over John Danby’s head but they never threatened with the same intent as Chester.
Mark Hughes, who commanded midfield all game, almost created the second after 10 minutes when he skipped a challenge and whipped a cross in but Harrison came to punch before it reached Murphy.
Ellison miscontrolled a pass from Partridge minutes later and skewed a wild volley over and wide, offering no indication of the blockbusters to come.
First Danby was called upon to save the Blues, making good saves from both Adam Birchall and Neal Bishop.
Nathan Lowndes also came close to opening his account for the club when Wilson recovered from a mistake to provide him with the ball 20 yards out. His rasping shot was very close to doubling Chester’s lead.
The second goal came on 39 minutes. Lowndes backheeled to Hughes who played it wide to Ellison, who had switched flanks with Partridge.
He lifted the ball from the edge of the box over the keeper and into the top corner of the net spectacularly to make it 2-0.
In the second half Barnet came out to try to get back into the game and initially it was end-to-end, Danby making a series of saves.
But Chester soon regained their foothold and killed the match off in incredible style on 75 minutes.
Partridge and Marples exchanged passes before Marples crossed the ball in.
Murphy’s header went up in the air and landed at Ellison’s feet. He brought it down, touched it on and unleashed a piledriver which went in off the opposite post to put the game beyond the Bees.
Lowndes almost made it four three minutes later when his snap shot was tipped over by the keeper and in injury time Wilson, with the last kick of the game, attempted a 20-yard shot which was straight down Harrison’s throat.
Chester: Danby, Marples, Butler, Linwood, Wilson, Partridge (McManus 88), Hughes, Roberts, Ellison, Lowndes (Yeo 79), Murphy (Holroyd 84). Subs: Ward, Vaughan.
Brentford: Harrison Devera (Porter 73), Bishop (Leary 77), Yakubu, Hatch, Birchall, Puncheon, Carew (Grazioli 72), Gillet, O’Cearuil, Wright. Subs: Beckwith, Tabiri.
Referee: Darren Drysdale (Lincolnshire).