Thistle boss Stuart Davidson was delighted with the six goal haul at relegated Cambuslang with strikers John Carter and Scott Adam getting on the scoresheet.
It was a significant goal too for Adam who overtook Kevin Struthers for the first time this season in the goalscoring charts with 17 goals to 16.
And it was a important league win in many respects as Largs gained their tenth league victory of the season to move up to eighth spot in the league. The best total Largs can finish with this season is 49 points with three league games remaining.
Davidson said: "John Carter came in and played very well and adds strength to the squad. It provides good competition and I want everyone to be playing well so it gives me a headache as to who to select going towards the cup final.
"The performance against Cambuslang was good even though it was only 0-0 in the first half, we were still playing well although we didn't have a cutting edge until after the break, but I was delighted when the goals came flooding in during the second half.
"We have been talking about the forwards getting on the scoresheet more and to be fair to the players they were putting themselves in the right positions with breakthrough runs and good options, and it came off well.
"We had a good few efforts in that first half including a good couple of free kicks and Ryan McKie's header just before half-time which we don't know how it didn't go in but the boys kept battling away and stuck to their task well and got their rewards in the second half.
"There were some good moves and finishes in there.
"The other assuring thing was that it was a completely different defence with Martin Orr and Mark Millar in there and keeper Farrell made a good save too to obtain a clean sheet so everybody played their part in Saturday's victory."
Following the Talbot league match at Beechwood Park on Saturday, Largs round off the season with two home fixtures against Glenafton on 18 May, and the rescheduled match against Troon on 25 May which was cancelled after half an hour due to high winds last month.