Bayern München comprehensively beat VfL Wolfsburg 3-1 in the second round of the DFB-Pokal tournament on Tuesday night.
Douglas Costa gave the reigning Bundesliga champions the lead in the 15th minute.
Thomas Muller doubled their lead in the 20th minute before completing his brace and securing the Bavarians passage into the next round in just the 34th minute of the game.
Former Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle scored a consolation goal in the 90th minute to give the score line a margin of respectability for the hosts.
Regionalliga side Unterhaching provided the shock of the late kick-offs with an emphatic 3-0 win over Leipzig.
Goals from Markus Einsiedler (5'), Marco Rosenzweig (23') and Thomas Steinherr (67') sealed an impressive performance for the lower division side.
Elsewhere, Bochum needed a 67th minute Chris Lowe own goal to get past fellow second division team Kaiserslauten.
In the final game of the evening's fixtures a weary encounter between Bundesliga clubs Darmstadt and Hannover 96 burst to life in the 74th minute when Aytac Sulu opened the scoring for the hosts.
Hannover drew level through Artur Sobiech less than a minute later before Sandro Wagner secured the win for Darmstadt with his 79th minute strike.