Carmarthen Town's Uefa Cup campaign ended with another heavy defeat to Norwegians Brann Berger in the second leg of the first qualifying round tie.
The home side were 4-0 up after 32 minutes as striker Robbie Winters, who hit a hat-trick in the 8-0 first-leg win, scored twice in six minutes.
Goals from Danny Thomas and Tim Hicks either side of half-time gave the Old Gold hope of avoiding another mauling.
But the home side added another two, only for Hicks to have the last say.
The aggregate score equalled the record defeat for a Welsh Premier side in European competition.
SK Brann: Johan Thorbjørnsen, Bjorn Dahl, Olafur Bjarnason, Kristjan Sigurdsson, Erland Hanstveit (capt), Erik Huseklepp, Eirik Bakke, Tijan Jaiteh, Petter Moen, Robbie Winters, Armann Bjørnsson.
Subs: Hakon Opdal, Cato Guntveit, Martin Andresen, Thorstein Helstad.
Camarthen Town: N Thomas, Liam Hancock, Kris Thomas, Richard Hughes, Gareth Warton, Sasha Walters, Nicky Palmer, Tom Ramasut, Paul Fowler, Danny Thomas, Nathan Cotterrall (capt).
Subs: Tim Hicks , Mattie Davies, Deryn Brace, Mark Poole.