Amakhosi got the lead in the primary moment of first-half extra-time when Bernard Parker discharged the ball past Ronwen Williams with the Bafana shot-plug getting a hand to it in transit in.
SuperSport United reacted in the third moment of first-half extra-time when Sipho Mbule's free-kick from the right-hand side was looked into the base left corner by Thamsanqa Gabuza.
Kaizer Chiefs reestablished their lead four minutes after the break when a Keagan Dolly pass to Parker saw the last opening it in at the far post for his second and in the process become Amakhosi's top goalscorer in the PSL period.
The three focuses saw Kaizer Chiefs climb to fifth in the standings, while SuperSport United stayed in runner up.
Kaizer Chiefs will next be in real life at home against Stellenbosch FC on Tuesday, 2 November at 15:30.
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