Woking ended their three-match winless run with victory over Cambridge.
Kevin Betsy's cross from the right set up Bradley Bubb to head home his seventh goal of the season.
Bubb then missed a glorious chance for his second from Gavin McCallum's pass, before Betsy made it 2-0 from inside the box.
Robbie Willmott touched in Danny Andrew's corner to close the gap and Cambridge substitute Andy Pugh saw his shot deflect onto a post.
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Woking manager Garry Hill told BBC Surrey:
"They've won their last four games, (have) players looking to impress and we knew they were going to be tough - the last 25 minutes were very tough.
"We've dug in deep and stayed strong, and if we'd have drawn it would have been a hard pill to swallow.
"I think what we didn't get on Saturday we certainly deserved to get tonight. It's a vital three points"