Valley returned to winning ways in comprehensive fashion with victory at Warwickshire rivals Bedworth United.
Rugby scored all their three goals within a twelve-minute first-half blitz to stun the hosts and record a first league victory in more than two months - lifting themselves out of the bottom two in the process.
Town were unchanged from the starting line-up for the previous Saturday's fixture at Rushden, with the hosts naming four ex-Butlin Road players in their opening eleven in Sam Lomax, Stefan Morley, Will Grocott and youth teamer Leo Stone plus another - Richard Blythe - on the bench.
The Greenbacks started the stronger outfit and controlled the opening quarter of an hour of the game. Liam Murphy's header to an inswinging Grocott free-kick clipped the top of the Rugby crossbar, before Jamie Molyneux scuffed one across the face of the Valley goal - allowing keeper Nykah Liburd-Hines to get a slight hand to it to push it away.
Bedworth continued to enjoy the lion's share of the possession up until Town made the breakthrough on 19 minutes when Caine Elliott stroked the ball across the pitch to Jordan Wilson, who skipped past his defender before drilling low into the corner of the net past Lomax.
Reece Blackmore's shot from the edge of the area was tipped over the bar by Liburd-Hines, before Wilson bagged another one for Town when he headed home Elliott's well-delivered free-kick off the crossbar.
It was three-nil just past the half-hour mark when Silvano Obeng cleverly clipped the ball in behind the Bedworth defence to give Ryan Sahota the opportunity to round Lomax before scoring from a tight angle.
Valley's remarkable spell nearly generated a fourth, but this time Kolodynski's header to an Elliott corner drifted agonisingly wide. United ended the first half in a promising manner though, with Murphy's deflected strike gathered at the near post by Liburd-Hines and then Molyneux flashed a cross narrowly out of a team-mate's reach.
Morley also sent a curling effort wide, with Stone lifting a free-kick over the wall just before the break - only to see Liburd-Hines take that one too.
The hosts re-emerged for the new half looking in a determined mood, and they nearly pulled one back straight away after a rare James Mace error gave Molyneux a sight of goal - only to see Mace recover well with a thwarting tackle.
Murphy's curler from 25 yards flew over the bar, as Bedworth's decent start to the period continued, although generally Town coped well with the home side's attacking endeavours.
Chris Cox's tame snap shot and another Molyneux effort were calmly dealt with by Liburd-Hines, with a Blythe header also finding the Rugby keeper's hands.
Elliott had delivered in a couple of dangerous crosses as Valley occasionally countered the home pressure, and then they could have easily extended their advantage when Obeng created a great chance for himself with a neat flicked turn, but despite only having Lomax to beat he mis-timed his final connection and allowed the keeper to save his effort.
Shortly after this miss, Rugby were reduced to ten men when Barry Fitzharris received a straight red card for a late challenge on Luke Rowe on 80 minutes, but despite their numerical advantage, the Greenbacks struggled to make much of an impression on a solid Rugby back-line, with the best chance of the remainder of the game also falling to the visitors when Elliott rounded-off a slick team move with a low strike that went narrowly the wrong side of the upright.
Line-up: Liburd-Hines; Summerfield, Thomas (Recci), Mace, Francis; Fitzharris, Elliott, Sahota (Lee); Kolodynski, Wilson (Kear), Obeng. Subs not used: Lashley, Ahenkorah. Bookings: Summerfield, Thomas, Mace, Kolodynski, Wilson. Sent Off: Fitzharris.