In a battle of the heavyweights, it was Minyip-Murtoa who came out victors and continued their dream start to the season.
The Burras took control of proceedings early and didn't let the game slip, running away in the final quarter to be 55-38 winners and move to the top of the table.
Burras coach Billie Bibby said she was happy to celebrate a hard-fought win.
"It was definitely a very good win, not expected, but we'll take it," she said.
"Warrack Eagles have been competitive for years, so I definitely expected it to be a tough one. I didn't think it'd end up like this, that's for sure."
Both sides entered the contest in good form, and that confidence showed in the opening stages of the game.
The Burras were clinical at the attacking end of the court and went into the second half with a two-goal lead.
The Warrack Eagles fought back in the third term, reducing the deficit to only five goals, as Sarah Spicer and Emma Koschitzke wrestled control back in the middle of the court.
But, it wasn't to be as the Burras' attacking partnership caused havoc in the final term to lift their side to a 17-goal win.
Kirby Knight collected a game-high 44 goals and was well supported by Georgia Mclennan, with 11. Both were named Minyip-Murtoa's best.
Bibby said she was happy with the performance her side strung together.
"It was a great team game. There were little patches where they were able to come back, but we just kept calm and took the opportunities that we did have," she said.
"I think we just took a deep breath in that last quarter and realised we were ahead. We had played consistently and set ourselves up well, so our heads were definitely on wanting to finish off strongly."
The win was the Burras' sixth for the season, but Bibby wasn't looking too far ahead.
"We're very happy with the win, but I suppose the Warrack Eagles are like every other team in the league," she said.
"It's very close and every Saturday you turn up not knowing how the day is going to pan out, and I suppose we've been lucky so far that things have gone our way. What we've done at training and Saturday's has worked for us, so it's good."
Elsewhere, Horsham recorded a 44-goal win against Nhill.
Faith McKenzie was honoured as the Demons' best for her work at both ends of the court.
The Southern Mallee Giants won a two-goal thriller against Dimboola.
Only one goal separated the two sides at the end of the first quarter and at half-time.
An advanced Olivia Jorgensen was instrumental in Dimboola's final quarter rally, but couldn't bridge the gap for her side.
A 36-goal haul to Steph Thompson was enough to get the Giants over the line against a resurgent Roos.