Alan Lee scored twice as Huddersfield beat Wycombe to extend their unbeaten league run to 30 matches.
Lee, who had not previously scored a league goal for the Terriers, headed his side in front with his first touch as a second-half substitute.
Another header from the former Crystal Palace striker made it 2-0 after good work from full-back Jack Hunt.
Gary Roberts completed the scoring with a free-kick following Leon Johnson's foul on Jordan Rhodes.
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Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark told BBC Radio Leeds:
"We scored three great goals, kept a clean sheet which was very important to us and we showed we had to be patient against opposition who set up to frustrate us.
"Even in the first half we moved the ball around well, tried to create opportunities - we didn't try and force it.
"I said the first goal would be the key and it certainly proved that.
"I've got three strikers now who have ten goals between them so I couldn't ask for more at this stage of the season."