Frankie Sawyer scored twice as Sevenoaks Town recorded the biggest win of their maiden Bostik League South East season.
Two goals in a minute just before the break eased them into a 3-0 half-time lead, Alec Fiddes scoring the other and playing a part in the other two.
Liam King pulled one back for the struggling visitors soon after the restart, before Kenny Pogue added the fourth six minutes from time, as Oaks recorded back-to-back wins in 2019.
Boss Micky Collins continues to tweak his squad with three players making home debuts.
Ryan Makosini Khanye and midfielder Dan Parkinson both started with latest signing Luke Holness on the bench.
Makosini Khanye impressed with his all-round display, and was involved in the excellent build-up for Fiddes’ second, winning the Man-of-the-Match award.
William Johnson-Cole headed an early chance over the bar, before seeing another effort blocked by keeper Will Godman.
Oaks went in front a minute later, Parkinson setting-up Sawyer’s opener before Pogue put another header wide around the half-hour.
Oaks’ rapid double followed - the second - one of the best moves of the campaign so far.
Josh Dorling put Makosini-Khanye away down the left, his long run taking him into the box, before crossing for the unmarked Fiddis to finish low inside the post.
Sawyer added the third a minute later - following another quick break, and the game looked over as a contest.
Faversham made a double-change at the interval and reduced the arrears five minutes later.
Oaks switched off, allowing King a free run on goal, rolling the ball past Bridle-Card into the far corner.
The rest of the half proved a close affair, with Faversham lifted by the goal, but Oaks settled things late on.
Fiddis got down the right and crossed for Pogue to head in, the victory ending a run of three successive defeats.