This cannot be done with routing tables. These tables are mainly used to determine what node the packet should be sent to next. If these tables are set up correctly, the packet will eventually end up at a machine specified by the destination address field, which remains unchanged, even though the information may have passed a dozen routers on its way.
The destination address can be rewritten. In Linux operating systems, this is usually done using
iptables, but to my knowledge, Windows has no such feature. You could bypass DNS using the hosts file, but this does not work if an IP address is specified instead of a hostname. However, your router might be capable of redirecting traffic based on destination IP.