SAM Saunders marked his return from injury with a goal as Brentford eased to victory at Hillsborough.
The former Dagenham star has spent the past three weeks on the sidelines with an ankle problem, but came off the bench to curl home the visitor's third goal after Micky Spillane and Jeffrey Schlupp has given them a 2-1 lead at the break.
Boss Nicky Forster made SEVEN changes from the side that beat Carlisle on Friday night.
But the Bees took the lead inside three minutes when Spillane climbed highest to head home Nathan Byrne's corner.
Wednesday were back on terms soon after keeper Trevor Carson – making his first appearance since joining on loan – flapped at Gary Teale's delivery into the box, which Rob Jones headed into an empty net.
However, the visitors restored their lead on 20 minutes.
Lewis Grabban exchanged passes with Marcus Bean before sending over an inch-perfect cross for Schlupp to nod home his third goal in two matches.
The on-loan Leicester City striker was withdrawn at the break, and his replacement, Nicholas Bignall, almost teed-up Grabban for a third, while at the other end, Craig Woodman blocked Teale's overhead kick.
But substitute Saunders wrapped up victory 10 minutes from time with a superb free-kick from the edge of the box.
BEES: Carson, Spillane, Osborne, Balkestein, Woodman, Byrne, O'Connor (Tudur Jones 69), Bean, Wood (Saunders 63), Schlupp (Bignall h/t), Grabban.
Subs (not used): Moore, Wright, Legge, Weston.
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