Worcester Warriors stretched their winning run to 23 matches as they eased to a bonus-point victory over Plymouth Albion at Sixways.
Dean Ryan's side led only 7-3 at half-time, thanks to Charlie Mulchrone's converted try.
Albion centre Ben Woods' early second half try then put the visitors ahead.
But second-half tries from Chris Pennell, Max Stelling and Ben Howard maintained Worcester's one-point lead at the top of the Championship.
Andy Symons also kicked a second-half penalty, as well as his three conversions, while Plymouth's first-half points came from a Declan Cusack penalty.
Warriors had been temporarily knocked off the top of the Championship by Bristol's thumping eight-try 51-17 win over Nottingham on Friday night.
But, with five games of the league campaign to go before the play-offs kick in, Worcester hold the edge, having rallied well since losing at Bristol on the opening weekend of the season.
Worcester: Pennell; Howard, Stelling, Symons, Vuna; Mills, Mulchrone; Rapava Ruskin, Creevy, Schonert, Williams, Thomas, Senatore, Lewis, van Velze (capt).
Replacements: Annett, Daniels, O'Shea, Cox, Arr, Mieres, Smith.
Plymouth Albion: Rayner; Arnott, Woods, Howley-Berridge, Henry; Cusack (capt), Davies; Fidler, Stagg, Tiedemann, Patrick, Hicks, Grace, Simmonds, Grieve.
Replacements: Matavesi, Heard, Chapman, Jubb, Kohler, Setter, Foley.