The strong wind and slick 3G surface often made it difficult for the players to get the ball down and play.
However, once the Doughboys made the breakthrough 15 minutes in, it was a case of how many - and what a goal to set the ball rolling!
Right back Oli Anderson got the ball under control 30 yards out and hit a screamer into the top corner which gave the otherwise excellent Redditch keeper no chance.
It went on to be 3-0 by half-time with a brace from the energetic Max Wynne - the second of which was after a fine move down the left.
Wellingborough keeper Alfie Whitchurch had mostly been dealing with back passes but was forced into making one superb save to tip the ball round the post shortly before the break.
The second half, kicking up the hill, saw the visitors control most of the play and were often wasteful in front of goal and, like against Kettering Town in the previous game, the final ball was lacking.
But Eman Kyeremeh went on to bag a brace - the second of which thanks to a lovely through pass from Wynne - to make it a nap hand for the young Doughboys.
It was a 7 out of 10 for most of the squad on the day but it was good to have skipper George Coleman getting a good hour`s action after being out injured.