Hunslet kept the pressure on Championship One leaders York with victory at mid-table Hemel.
The Hawks raced in four tries for a 22-0 half-time lead.
Gavin Duffy scored a first-half hat-trick with Danny Maun touching down just before the half-hour mark, and David March landing three goals.
Brooke Broughton turned the screw with a try for the visitors, goaled by March to make it 28-0.
Credit Hemel though as Jermaine Coleman, who also kicked a late penalty, and Stephen Bannister scored tries within five minutes of each other.
But Tommy Coyle landed a penalty in between and added a try to keep Hunslet in control.
Hemel Stags: Cameron, Hill, Brown, Small, Dixon, Coleman, Young, Maloney, Simons, Ljazouli, Swindells, Bannister, Ingerfield. Substitutes: Chester, Thomas, Mbaraga, Coleman.
Hunslet: Watson, Kain, Brickwood, Maun, Duffy, Grimshaw, Coyle, Houston, March, Stenchion, Clarkson, Oakes, Mackay. Substitutes: Coyle, Peltier, Briscoe, Broughton.
Referee: A Gill (Widnes).