Forth started the game the better team pressing the visitors back without creating any clear cut chances.
Carlukes first break came in 8 mins when Mark Haddow saw the ball drop to him from a corner but his effort was blocked away then a minute later Mark Cassidy had a couple of long range efforts but none of them troubled the home keeper.
Carluke spurned chances for Ian Watt on a couple of occasions, Aldin El Zoubaidi from a header and Greg Kane who saw a shot go just wide midway through the half before the home side eventually took the lead, this goal came when a long range shot seemed to deflect off Jarvie and wide of David Thomson in the Rovers goal for 1-0 after 37 mins.
The visitors managed to draw the match level in the 42nd min however when a good through ball from John Renwick picked out Watt who waited his chance before chipping the Forth keeper from the edge of the box to make the score 1-1 at half time.
Carluke had a poor start to the second half when they lost a goal in 48 mins when indecision in defence ended with Jarvie being brought down by keeper Thomson at the expense of a penalty that was scored by McFarlane for 2-1.
The home side killed the match off inside two minutes when Jarvie netted his second goal in 67 mins before rounding off his hattrick after 69 to give a final score of 4-1 to the home side.
Thomson, Renwick, Lowdon, El Zouabidi, Gow, Martin(Neill), Kane(McNeish), Haddow, Weir, Cassidy(Dunn), Watt