Woking were crowned Blue Square Bet South Champions on Saturday afternoon, with two games to spare.
Giuseppe Sole scored the only goal of the game, after 23 minutes to hand his side all three points against Maidenhead United, and make it impossible for second-placed Dartford to catch them.
The Darts, meanwhile, secured their runners-up spot with a 1-0 win over Sutton United where Tony Garrod (58) netted the only goal.
Maidenhead, in 21st place, still have the chance to escape relegation, on 39 points with Hampton and Richmond Borough having the same points tally while Havant and Waterlooville, in 19th, are just two points better off.
Sutton still need a couple of points to secure their fourth place with Chelmsfordj ust five points adrift in fifth on 66 points
The Clarets, who narrowly lost 3-2 to 13th-placed Salisbury City, must still look over their shoulders, though, with Dover and Basingstoke both chasing a play-off place.
Jamie Slabber (6) had given City an early lead with Cliff Akurang (45) adding a second before the break. But the second half belonged to the Whites as Charlie Griffin (pen 85) pulled a goal back late on before Marvin Williams and Abdulai Bell-Baggie both netted in stoppage time.
Welling, who lost 1-0 to 11th-placed Eastleigh via a 39th minute Danny Smith goal will finish in third unless Sutton can net a massive haul in their next two games.
Moving down the table and Boreham Wood smashed Farnborough 4-0. Neither side has anything to play for going into their last two games and it was the Wood who seemed more intent on seeing their season end on a high.
Omer Riza (6), Simeon Akinola (63), Inih Effiong (65) and Charlie O'Loughlin (85) were the goalscorers.
Staines Town, though, all but secured their safety with a 3-0 win over ninth-placed Dorchester Town. The result lifted them onto 43 points with one more win needed to guarantee their survival.
A Nathan Walker own goal on 43 minutes was followed by a Neil Martin own goal on 64 minutes with Garth Risbridger securing the points with four minutes of the match remaining.
Eastbourne Borough defeated Hampton & Richmond Borough 2-0 with Alex Lacey (27) and Charles Ademeno (79) the goalscorers.
They moved to 45 points with Boro stuck in the bottom three on 39 points, although they still have four games to play while Havant & Waterlooville, on 41 points, lost 1-0 to Dover Athletic where Rob Edmans (22) was on target, meaning they remain in danger, just one place above the drop zone.
Bromley, who are another side fighting against relegation picked up three vital points away to 15th-placed Truro City with Michael Malcolm (56) and Danny Waldren (75) cancelling out a 47th-minute Andy Watkins goal. The Ravens are not safe though, sandwiched in between Staines and Havant on 43 points.
Weston-super-Mare and Tonbridge Angels played out a 2-2 draw in mid-table with Chris Piper (1) on target for the Angels before a Marcus Duharty (33) equaliser and while Frannie Collin (55) put his side back into the lead, they couldn't hold on as Kane Ingram (75) netted with 15 minutes to play.
And finally, relegated Thurrock lost 2-1 to seventh-placed Basingstoke Town where a late Lee Boylan (90) goal proved to be a mere consolation after David Pratt (21) and Tim Sills (47) had already found the target.
Boreham Wood 4-0 Farnborough
Chelmsford City 2-3 Salisbury City
Dorchester Town 0-3 Staines Town
Eastbourne Borough 2-0 Hampton & Richmond Borough
Havant & Waterlooville 0-1 Dover Athletic
Maidenhead United 0-1 Woking
Sutton United 0-1 Dartford
Thurrock 1-2 Basingstoke Town
Truro City 1-2 Bromley
Welling United 0-1 Eastleigh
Weston-super-Mare 2-2 Tonbridge Angels
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By orpewise on Mon, 20th May 13
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