Waratahs bounced back from consecutive losses split over five weeks in emphatic style.
After just falling short against Tumut last week, the Wagga club fired early to ensure they finish the regular season in second position.
Griffith pushed unbeaten Wagga City last week, taking the lead into the half-time, but couldn't repeat the dose at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
Instead it was Waratahs who ran in 52 unanswered points.
Coach Michael Davis could not have been happier with how they started off.
"It was a bit of a shock really," Davis said.
"We had a good week at training and in the first half we really starved them of possession.
"Most of the times we had the ball it turned into points and they really did not have any ball.
"The second half showed they can make it a closer game but we really had a great first half and I'm pretty happy with how it all came together."
Griffith were much more competitive in the second half, however the 64-10 win is a big boost for Waratahs heading into the finals.
Especially after conceding 49 points the week earlier.
"The defence set up for the game for us," Davis said.
"We didn't want to make excuses with the time we've had off not training for the best part of a month due to the weather and the byes but they were pretty disappointed last week.
"It was a good bounce back."
Waratahs reshuffled their back line with Dan Selmes coming into five-eighth with Will Wennerbom at inside centre, Harry Tyson at outside centre and Lachy Day coming in at fullback.
Davis was pleased with how the changes worked out after George Mallat missed following a head knock.
"I left it up to the players on how they were feeling with the back line and they came up with a different option," he said.
"We wanted to see how it panned out and it's not set in stone but we will see how it goes next week for Reddies."
Sam Bunny and Henry Chamberlain were also strong in the forward pack.
Waratahs take on CSU next before a clash with Wagga City with a place up for grabs on August 21.
Griffith have the bye next week before their elimination final clash against Tumut.
They have dropped to fourth on the ladder after Albury's withdrawal saw them lose 12 points from their three clashes this season.