Two goals in the opening 10 minutes set-up Parkwood Rangers 5–1 victory over Johnson and Phillips at Sevenoaks Town on Tuesday night.
The D3W side became the first side to claim a nap hand in the Final to win the impressive trophy.
Manager Doug Scott said: I think we deserved to win, but perhaps not by the score we did.
“It’s a brilliant way to end the season.”
Chris Grizzle and Harry Scott gave Rangers the early lead, before Andrew Stainer pulled one back as J & P grew into the game.
Ben Malyon then added a third before half-time.
Jordan Davids and Harry O' Brien added the other two.
Losing manager Les Tull reflecting on the run to the final said: “This season has been a tough challenge, the league and opponents seem to get tougher as the years go on, and we as a team get older.”
He added: “We didn’t have the best form throughout and this is down to consistency of players being available and not a lot of luck going our way, but we kept going and our hard work and patience saw us manage to get to the final – a great achievement considering our league form.”