Nottingham got off to a strong start with three tries inside the opening twelve minutes to lead 21-0 with wingers David Williams and Ben Foley scoring either side a try of an effort by second row Danny Qualter.
Green ‘N’ Whites centre Luke Peters secured the bonus point for Nottingham after 19 minutes before Carnegie had their first real opportunity when former England international and Nottingham player Tom Varndell broke down field. Dan Lancaster produced a smart kick down field but when full back Tim Bitirim’s kick was caught by Foley, the Nottingham man ran 80 metres to score.
Two lost scrums frustrated the visitors efforts and that was compounded when Nottingham went over from a lost Carnegie line out and Sean Scanlon scored after 33 minutes to make it 42-0 at half time.
Nottingham were clinical again in the second half and crossed for two quick tries through hooker Jake Farnworth and full back Scanlon to make it 52-0.
Carnegie had three penalties in succession to move up field but were unable to find a way through and they were suffered another blow when Foley completed his hat trick.
Yorkshire were undone again when a charged down clearance bounced kindly for James Connolly who crossed for the try to make it 64-0 after as many minutes.
Replacement Harry Strong was next to get on the scoresheet for Nottingham as he crossed for their next try after 71 minutes.
Having shown their desire on defence, Carnegie then produced a chance to finish with a flourish with three penalties following a fine break up field.
However, the ball was spilled and Nottingham picked up before racing the length the field to make the final score 83-0.