Billy Kee's brace maintained his scoring run and Burton's promotion push at the expense of AFC Wimbledon.
Kee steered home the opener then beat Seb Brown to a long ball and slotted into an empty net for his 11th goal in 10 games.
Luke Moore pulled a goal back for Dons from 12 yards but Adam Bolder smashed home to make it 3-1.
Sam Hatton's low cross was deflected into his own net by Aaron Webster to hand the visitors a second.
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Burton Albion manager Paul Peschisolido told BBC Radio Derby:
"Today I was absolutely delighted with the boys, I thought they were magnificent.
"I'm going to have a huge selection headache come Crawley away but that's what I want.
"I'm going to give them some well-earned time off now... they've worked hard today."