Gordonians need only one more point from their last two games to claim the National League 3 title in only their second season in the division.
A slick, organised and purposeful Countesswells side delighted a raucous home crowd by easing past the early threat posed by visitors Ardrossan Accies with a 37-8 home success.
Head coach Ryan Morrice hailed his heroes, who were completing their home fixture programme, having gone undefeated in 11 games.
He said: “We started slowly and were understandably a little nervous, but once we had got into our stride, we were comfortable winners.
“We outscored them by five tries to one and enjoyed ourselves in the process, which has been our aim all season.
“This team knows how to win and they sort things out as they go along.
“Captain Tom Williams has been an inspirational leader but there are others, including our charismatic president Jim Sugden, who have also played a big part since we were promoted two seasons ago.”
Williams was equally upbeat about the set-up at Countesswells, adding: “This was another patient team performance from us.
“We’ll hopefully get that final point up in Kirkwall next Saturday when we play Orkney.”
In a nervy opening 15 minutes, the Ayrshire side looked the more likely to score, given the clear anxiety in the home ranks.
They took the lead in nine minutes when winger Robert Hunter slotted a 25-metre penalty, cancelled out six minutes later when Gordonians full back Graeme Crawford kicked one of his own from the same distance.
The Aberdeen side then kicked into gear, easing into the lead in 34 minutes when centre Adam Sheey raced over in the corner for a try Crawford was unable to convert.
However, he made amends right on the stroke of half-time when he kicked his second penalty of the afternoon to give his side an 11-3 lead at the break.
The second half belonged almost exclusively to the hosts, scoring a further four tries, two of which were converted by Crawford, while the visitors had the consolation of a touchdown from number eight Stewart Lamont.
The home efforts were scored by winger David Ilyine, flankers Chris Simpson and Peter Johnston, while winger Stewart McMillan ended the day with a last minute try, converted by stand-off Allan Sutherland.
Gordonians now travel to Orkney and St Boswells to get that precious point.
The victory leaves the Countesswells men 10 points ahead of second-place Newton Stewart, who recorded a 48-17 victory at Perthshire on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Carrick enjoyed a 40-19 home success against St Boswells, while Murrayfield Wanderers edged out Haddington 19-10. West of Scotland beat Caithness 38-28, while Orkney lost 31-12 to Hillhead Jordanhill.