Granada's first ever match in UEFA competition was a very successful one, with Diego Martinez's side thrashing Teuta Durres 4-0 at the Niko Dovana Stadium in Albania.
The Andalusians are playing their way through Europa League qualifiers after finishing seventh in LaLiga Santander last campaign and got off to an excellent start, with Roberto Soldado and new signing Kenedy each striking inside the opening 10 minutes.
Yangel Herrera then added a third by firing an uncleared ball sweetly from the edge of the area to make it a 3-0 half time lead.
Granada then picked up where they left off after the break, with Herrera scoring another just 24 seconds into the second 45 minutes.
At that point, Granada knew they'd be progressing from this one-legged tie, even more so when Fabian Beqja was sent off for the home side with 10 minutes remaining.
Granada will now face either Locomotive Tbilisi or Dynamo Moscow in the next round of qualifying and will be at home for that next game.