Chelmsford City 0-2 Wealdstone
Wealdstone skipper Wes Parker praised his team following the 2-0 victory at Chelmsford City on Monday.
Parker said on Twitter: "Big 3 points, dug in and battled until the bitter end."
Gordon Bartlett's side were ahead after just three minutes as Elliott Godfrey thumped home a volley from fully 30 yards.
James Hammond, who later limped off injured, prevented an equaliser as he slid in to deny Michael Cheek while Parker was in the thick of the action as he had a penalty appeal turned down and then headed over a Matt Ball corner.
Stones doubled their lead five minutes after the interval when Chelmsford defender Leon Redwood got in a mix-up with his keeper and as the ball came back off the post, Lucien tapped in the rebound.
Calcutt went down on the hour mark with an ankle injury and had to be replaced by Scott McGleish.
Stones keeper Jonathan Noth then brilliantly denied the Clarets from reducing the deficit as Wealdstone avoided the late drama of recent matches to put them four points clear of the Conference South relegation, albeit having played up to three games more than the teams around them.
Bartlett's side are next in action on Saturday at home to Concord Rangers when Conference sponsor Vanarama visit their Ruislip home at Grosvenor Vale, offering a fun-filled day of vuvuzellas, music and the chance for fans to win a shirt-signed by the Stones team.