An Andy Williams brace helped Yeovil on their way to a priceless victory away at relegation rivals Wycombe.
Wycombe took the lead early on when Matty Wichelow teed up Stuart Beavon, who finished neatly.
But the Glovers equalised when Williams tapped in from close range, before his cross evaded everyone to find the net and give the visitors the lead.
Kieran Agard then headed in to double the Glovers' advantage, before Joel Grant's strike gave the hosts hope.
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Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson told BBC Somerset:
"At half-time at 1-0 down we thought we needed to liven the momentum up and Andy Williams turned the game with his strong running.
"We had to get past people and once we did that we looked a force and Williams deserved his two goals.
"I'm really pleased for Kieran Agard as he's been waiting a while for his chance. The littlest fella on the pitch goes and scores a header from a set-piece!
"It was a big result and our supporters were great. I'm really pleased we saw it out as we deserved the three points."