The Rhinos ran riot at Emerald Headingley by keeping Warrington scoreless.
An initial chance fell for the Wire after two minutes, with Toby King being held-up following a challenging Blake Austin kick.
After six minutes, the Rhinos struck first. Jack Walker jinked his way to the line, with Rhyse Martin adding the two and later converting a penalty.
Warrington attempted to hit back after 19 minutes, but Gareth Widdop’s pass to Murdoch-Masila was judged forward.
A moment later, the hosts were forced to an early change as Jack Walker, who had an electric start, hyper-extended his foot.
Lineham did almost cross, but Dwyer forced the winger into touch. Warrington were then penalised for an accidental offside, which extended Leeds’ lead.
A number of errors followed, with five attacking chances in total resulting in mistakes. The Rhinos did ensure a considerable half-time lead three minutes from the interval, with ex-Wire Richie Myler strolling through a defensive gap.
HT: Leeds 14-0 Warrington
Leeds’ domination continued as, five minutes after the break, Brad Dwyer collected an offload from Richie Myler to score – Martin converted.
Warrington’s night worsened on the 51st minute, with Ben Murdoch-Masila sin-binned for a high tackle on Alex Mellor. Konrad Hurrell immediately made the visitors pay by charging over out-wide.
With 20 remaining, Leeds scored back-to-back four-pointers. Dwyer played a short-ball to Seumanufagai under the sticks, with Ash Handley later finishing a well-worked move. Martin booted both, giving Leeds a staggering six-score lead.
FT: Leeds 36-0 Warrington
Leeds: Walker, Briscoe, Newman, Hurrell, Handley, Lui, Gale, Seumanufagai, Dwyer, Oledzki, Mellor, Martin, Prior; Subs: Myler, Cuthbertson, Smith, Donaldson.
Warrington: Ratchford, Lineham, Brand, King, Charnley, Austin, Widdop, Hill, D. Clark, Cooper, Currie, Murdoch-Masila, J. Clark; Subs: Philbin, Davis, Johnson, Burrell