Sam Hoskins' winner gave Rotherham victory over AFC Wimbledon to keep their slim play-off hopes alive.
Ben Pringle's spectacular long-range effort gave the visitors the lead during the first half.
But the hosts fought back, and grabbed the equaliser when Luke Moore finished off a quick Dons counter attack.
However, substitute Hoskins lofted the ball home shortly after coming onto the pitch to secure three points for the visitors.
Victory means that Rotherham lie six points off the League Two play-off places while the Dons find themselves in 17th position.
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Rotherham United caretaker manager Darren Patterson tells BBC Radio Sheffield:
"For 90 minutes I felt we were the better side and I thought first half we were absolutely outstanding.
"it could have been four or five going in at half time - I'm not saying that flippantly.
"Away from home, at 1-0 it's still very open so credit to them second half, they've come out and had a go and we've concede a sloppy goal.
"Very pleased that we managed to get all three points, because I just think over the 90 minutes we deserved it."