Jack Smith struck a late winner against York City to end AFC Wimbledon's wait for a victory on Saturday.
The former Millwall full-back rifled home a superb drive on the stroke of full-time to give the Dons a 2-1 victory and their first three points since the 3-2 triumph over Luton Town last month.
City striker Jake Hyde had cancelled out Adeji Oshilaja's opener for the hosts at Kingsmeadow.
Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley said: “I think 1-1 would've been a fair result and both managers would've said it was a hard-fought point. We've played really well on lots of occasions this season and not got what we've deserved though so I'll take that today.
“It was a really tough game and the pitch is causing us problems at the moment, it's the worst that it's been, and every time we play home and the moment it becomes a scrap. I told the players at half time that they had to play a scrappy game. It's not how we normally play but the pitch is making it hard for us.”
Meanwhile, Ardley is hoping to land a new striker following David Connolly's decision to hang up his boots at the weekend.