It was a frustrating match again for the Mariners but they did start well scoring their first goal in three matches as they took the lead in the eighth minute.
After Kashiwa forced a solid save out of Ryan in the fifth minute from Tatsuya Masushima the Mariners stunned the hosts as Patrick Zwaanswijk scored thanks to an impressive header.
In the 12th minute Kashiwa had a solid opportunity to equalize as the ball fell to Hiroyuki Taniguchi at close range only for him to scoop his shot over the bar.
In the 16th minute Kashiwa maybe should have gotten a penalty as Kano went down after a challenge from Anthony Caceres.
In the 21st minute the hosts drew level as Dominguez capitalized on a loose ball to run at the Mariners goal allowing him through one-on-one and a simple finish.
In the 35th minute Zwaanswijk could well have sealed his brace as he got on the end of another corner but saw his effort cleared off the line.
The second half started tightly as the teams scrapped for possession in a hotly contested affair as the Mariners looked to hold on.
Kashiwa came alive again just after the hour mark as Dominguez played Masato Kudo in, but he could only find the side netting.
In the 67th minute Kashiwa finally took the lead with another Dominguez involvement as he played through Kano who was kept on side by Trent Saisbury, allowing him a simple finish to give his team the lead.
Dominguez wrapped up his brace in the 88th minute as Masato Fujita sent in a cross that found Dominguez in the area, allowing him to double the hosts lead with a powerful volley.
In the closing moments Central Coast had an opportunity to pull one back as Ryosuke Yamanaka brought down Mitchell Duke for a penalty.
Michael McGlinchey returned to take the penalty but again it was a poor penalty from the Mariners as McGlinchey hit it softly right up the middle as they failed to make their fifth straight penalty attempt in what was their third straight loss.