Warrington couldn’t break through the Shaw Lane back line throughout the game.
Their best chance fell to Tony Gray whose overhead kick sailed past the goal failing to trouble Jon Stewart.
Top scorer Paul Clayton added to Warrington’s woes with a third eight minutes before half time.
Chilaka’s effort from the edge of the box was parried by Anthony McMillan to the feet of Clayton who needed to dink it over the keeper from close range.
The introduction of former Leeds and Doncaster player Billy Paynter didn’t invigorate the Yellows in the second half.
It was Spencer Harris’ turn to get on the score sheet three minutes from the restart.
Byrne saw his cross played back to the midfielder by Chilaka and the shot left McMillan flat footed as he could only watch another go past him.
Frustration crept in and on 53 minutes Jack Higgins was given his marching orders for a need- less high tackle on Clayton.
Three minutes from full time Rob Orlando-Young found himself fouled in the area and Byrne beat McMillan on the rebound after the keeper saved the initial penalty.
“From minute one I thought Shaw Lane had nous and know how,” accepted Warrington boss Paul Carden. “They probably won’t play another game where it’s an easier victory.”
ON TARGET: Paul Clayton scores Shaw Lane’s third goal