Sean McConville and Ross Sykes scored the goals to extend Accrington’s unbeaten League One run to six games with a 2-0 victory over Burton.
Stanley were on top in the early stages with six-goal Offrande Zanzala the main threat, his best chance kept out by the legs of keeper Keiran O’Hara after 18 minutes.
At the other end, Lucas Akins’ strike was superbly saved by Joe Bursik four minutes later.
Stanley’s opener came after 39 minutes as Sam Finley’s looping ball into the area found McConville.
He tried to flick it back and it hit defender John Brayford and fell back into the winger’s path and McConville fired home.
Nigel Clough made a triple substitution at half-time but it seemed Stanley had struck first after the break when Zanzala burst through and fired home before referee Chris Sarginson ruled it out for offside.
At the other end, Liam Boyce’s fierce strike skimmed the top of the crossbar.
Stanley made it safe after 65 minutes when a McConville free-kick was headed home by defender Sykes for his first league goal of the season.