Stirling moved up to second in League Two with a pair of late goals securing a victory away to Queen's Park.
The visitors almost opened the scoring after 10 minutes when Jordan White forced a save out of Michael Brown.
Queen's Park came close 10 minutes before the break as James Baty's rasping drive was well stopped by David Crawford.
After the interval Stirling continued to press the hosts' backline, with Brown forced into making a great one-on-one save from David McClune.
They got their reward for their pressure when Alex Cunningham broke the deadlock eight minutes from time, hitting home from six yards out.
The Binos wrapped up the points two minutes into stoppage time, Mark Ferry heading goalward from the middle of the box.
Queen's Park: Michael Brown, Mitchell, Brough, Mosson, McComish, Quinn, Spittal, Baty, Keenan, Burns, Vitoria (Davison 77).
Subs Not Used: Rooney, Lochhead, McVey, Gibson.
Stirling Albion: Crawford, McGeachie, McAnespie, Smith, Forsyth, Weatherston (Alex Cunningham 77), McClune (Ferry 64), Fulton, Day (Coyne 80), Weir, White.
Subs Not Used: Ashe, Robertson, Clark, Bishop.
Booked: Weir, Alex Cunningham.
Goals: Alex Cunningham 83,Ferry 90.
Ref: Gavin Ross