Captain Leah Chapman elected to play with the wind in the first half, giving the Roy Chapman coached side a slight initial advantage.
The homesters certainly generated plenty of early pressure with Sonja Rynhart up front proving a real handful for the Corinthian defence and Laura Bailey dynamic in midfield.
The breakthrough had to wait until the 27th minute when the ball flew across the goal for left wing Avril Buttle to convert at the far post.
’Scorthy continued to hold the balance of power after the break, driven forward by Laura Smith and Anna Flood.
And the reward came on 57 minutes Sonja Rynhart popped up in a crowded circle to slot home their second goal with the keeper stretched on the ground.
The best that their Rathfarnham rivals summoned up all day was a series of penalty corners shortly before the interval which yielded no return.
They also threatened to break out in the closing stages, without unduly troubling central defenders Julie Watchorn and Mai Wickham who made sure that goalie Alice Medcalf was little more than a spectator throughout.
The match marked the return to action of Olive Lett after the head injury sustained against UCD, coming on to the pitch for a brief cameo appearance.
Both Laura Bailey and Marti Rudd took knocks during the game but nothing serious.
The result puts the winners well in contention at the top of the league with four victories in five outings, looking forward to the visit of high flying North Kildare next weekend.
Enniscorthy: Alice Medcalf, Leah Chapman, Julie Watchorn, Mai Wickham, Katie Owen, Jessie Flood, Laura Smith, Laura Bailey, Sonja Rynhart, Anna Flood, Marti Rudd, Avril Buttle, Roisín Treacy, Serena Hatton, Olive Lett, Laura O’Leary.