Woking struck three times in the final 23 minutes at Alfreton to record their fourth consecutive Blue Square Bet Premier victory.
Bradley Bubb's shot into the bottom corner opened the scoring after Billy Knott's pass found him in the area.
Bubb then turned provider, finding Kevin Betsy, who found the bottom left corner from inside the six-yard box.
On-loan Sunderland midfielder Knott completed the scoring late on, driving the ball into the corner from 18 yards.
VIEWS FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:
"I felt the response we showed second-half showed a lot of character. We played some good football and I didn't think Alfreton's game-plan worked.
"In the second half we were a different side by creating several chances and scoring some good goals. I'm very pleased to come here and keep another clean sheet.
"It was a good individual goal by Bradley Bubb and then he's done very well to set up Kevin Betsy, and Betsy could have had four goals today."