It happened around 7 p.m. at a home on Southwalk Lane near the intersection of Falls of Neuse and Durant.
Jonathan Habers' surveillance camera recorded the crash.
In the video, you can see one car plow through a front yard, driving over electric and cable boxes before slamming into a car parked in a driveway.
"I said, 'where the heck is my car?'" Habers told ABC11. "So I went outside and my car was on the neighbor's lawn."
Habers said he was lucky to get home early Tuesday. Otherwise, he may have been at the car getting his children out as the crash happened.
Here’s a picture of the damage the driver did to the Jonathan Habers’ car. He told me he normally gets home with his 3 daughters around the same time the crash happened. “I’m unloading them from the car in the same exact spot,” he said. #ABC11 pic.twitter.com/jrq6zKtWUh— DeJuan Hoggard (@DeJuanABC11) January 22, 2020
"If it had happened tonight, you know, right at 7:15 I usually get home with my 3 girls," he said. "I pick up my oldest from Girl Scouts at 7:15. I'm unloading them from the car in that same exact spot."
He said his car was totaled but he knows insurance will cover that and he's just glad no one was injured.
Still, he wants to the driver, who police said was impaired, to be punished.
"I want him to face justice. Definitely license taken away," Habers said. "He could have killed someone easily."