COACH Lee McDermott kept his feet on the ground as Widnes celebrated a big revenge win over a side who had beaten them heavily earlier in the season.
Victory lifts Wids two places but the coach refused to get carried away.
Once Kevin Leadbetter had edged them ahead with a 15th-minute penalty, there looked to be only one winner.
Tom Farmer scored the first try, supporting a Gareth Riley break, and Leadbetter added the kick.
The visitors had their best spell but stand-off Webb's penalty on the half hour would be their only success.
Tommy Ledson intercepted a pass and raced 95 metres for an outstanding try.
Almost immediately, Gareth Riley went through poor tackling for Widnes' third touchdown, which Leadbetter goaled.
Widnes continued in confident mood after the break, Phil Glover feeding supporting full-back Andy Riley, who ran a good angle to the try line.
At 29-3 up after 55 minutes, Widnes were in almost uncharted territory in a season of mostly struggle.
Captain Paul Borg crossed from close range and on the hour, another forward drive led to hard-working scrum-half Andy O'Neill picking up for their sixth try.
Winger Kevin Leadbetter helped round it all off two minutes from time.
He broke on the left before turning the ball back inside for Riley to add his second try under the posts.
Widnes 3rd 31 Tyldesley 3rd 15:
Widnes defeated leaders Tyldesley on Saturday but had to forfeit the league points to their visitors.
This is a knock-on effect under Miller Homes League rules of the seconds failing, for the first time this season, to raise a team for their visit to Preston Grasshoppers.
Nevertheless, Widnes exacted some sort of revenge for a September drubbing.
Mally Koo opened for Widnes for Geoff Owens to convert.
Tyldesley responded with a try after a defensive mix-up before Joe Clark burst through from 20m.
Owens' trusty boot extended the lead with a penalty and hardworking scrum-half 'Ivan' Winstanley scored another try. The second half saw replacement Justin Winstanley cross for a try, also converted by Owens, before Tyldesley made something of a comeback with two tries in the last 10 minutes.
Fylde U17s 12 Widnes U17s 10:
Wids succumbed to a late try for the second game in a row.
Widnes started strongly with The Leecliff Hotel, Blackpool-sponsored man of the match Mike Mahoney in the thick, supported well by McMuldroch and Dennett.
Wids took the lead after Harrison had exploited the blind side, handing on for McNally whose beautiful pass saw Wilcox race in from 35 yards.
Morgan converted and Hetherington increased the lead with a neat drop goal.
On the stroke of half-time, Fylde hit back to leave Wids only 10-7 up.
The second half was even, both sides having chances.
Fylde got the all-important try with six minutes left.
Widnes did have a chance to win the game but Morgan's 40-yard penalty went wide.