Bell struggled to keep volleys going as errors often doomed the Lady Cats' efforts before the Corbin serve was returned.
In each game, Corbin used big runs midway through to turn a close contest into a rout.
The Lady Redhounds jumped out to a 7-3 lead in the first game following two Bell errors, but the Lady Cats stormed back with the help of a Corbin service error and an ace by senior Jamie Bailey.
But after trailing 7-6, Bell watched as Corbin claimed 16 of the next 21 points scored.
Erika Warndzinski keyed the onslaught with two aces in three points. Three straight Bell County errors put Corbin ton top 19-10 and an ace by Andria Shirar pushed the lead to 22-11 and brought a timeout from Bell County coach Amy Hunt.
Bell staved off game point with the help of three straight Corbin errors, two of which were forced by the strong serves of senior Kristen Money.
But Corbin won a long rally when a Bell attack was long to go up 24-14.
Luwanna Phipps picked up a kill as Bell tried to rally, but the game ended on a Lady Cat service error to put Corbin up one game to none.
Bell got off to an early start in the second game as Money served the Lady Cats to a 3-1 lead. Corbin quickly claimed the lead, but Phipps tied the game at 6-6 as the quality of play took an upswing.
Bell again tied the game at 7-7, winning a long rally and went up 8-7 on a hard serve from Angela Turner. Turned followed with an ace for a two-point lead.
Corbin tied the game at 9-9 on a kill by Shirar, but Phipps answered with a kill and a 10-10 tie.
Another Shirar kill keyed a decisive Corbin run as it was followed by two straight Bell error and a kill by Michelle Lowe. Bell called time out with Corbin holding a 16-10 lead.
Corbin continued its run with aces from Shirar and Wardzinski and a kill from Megan Taylor.
Bailey and Money tried to stave off the Lady Redhounds with a kill each down the stretch, but the game ended on back-to-back Bell errors.
In previously unreported action, Bell County claimed a 2-0 win over Evarts on Thursday. Bell won 25-22, 25-20.
Bell County (1-2) will play host to Whitley County on Thursday. Corbin (2-1) visits Jackson County on Thursday.