Callum O’Hare scored the winner – and also won man of the match – as Carlisle defeated Swindon 2-1 at home.
Hallam Hope's first-half strike was cancelled out by a Kyle Bennett free-kick, but O'Hare struck to halt Swindon's four-game unbeaten run.
The Blues are currently in the League Two Play-Off spots in seventh, one point in front of Exeter.
James Bree’s Ipswich Town drew 1-1 at West Brom, who promptly dismissed manager Darren Moore shortly after the final whistle.
The Baggies had looked on course for victory after Stefan Johansen gave them the lead inside five minutes but the Tractor Boys levelled early in the second half through Jon Nolan.
Bree played the full 90 minutes at The Hawthorns.
Rushian Hepburn-Murphy made a second half cameo as Cambridge United drew 1-1 at home to Oldham Athletic in League Two.
Hepburn-Murphy, last weekend’s match winner for United, played the final 17 minutes at Abbey Stadium.
Jevani Brown netted a 46th minute leveller to earn a point for the hosts to cancel out Harrison Dunk’s first half own-goal.
Jake Doyle-Hayes wasn’t involved on the day.
Mitch Clark’s Port Vale eased their relegation worries with a 2-1 home win over Mansfield Town in League Two.
Clark played the full 90 minutes as Ricky Miller's second-half double earned victory over the promotion hopefuls.
Corey Blackett-Taylor watched on from the bench as Walsall earned a vital victory over Fleetwood to help their survival bid in League One.
Goals from Morgan Ferrier and Dan Scarr moved the Saddlers up to 16th.
Harry McKIrdy was a second half substitute as Newport went down 3-0 away at Colchester.
Sammie Szmodics, Courtney Senior and Frank Nouble scored the goals on the day in the League Two clash.
Scott Hogan played the full game as Sheffield United earned their seventh successive home win as they beat 10-man Rotherham United at Bramall Lane.
Jack O'Connell opened the scoring before Mark Duffy settled the contest.
Frederic Guilbert wasn’t involved as Caen went down 3-1 away to Rennes in Ligue 1.
Casimir Ninga opened the scoring for the visitors but efforts from Benjamin Bourigeaud, Adrien Hunou and M’Baye Niang ensured three points for the hosts.
Aaron Tshibola’s Kilmarnock travel to St Mirren this evening for Monday Night Football, the game taking place at Simple Digital Arena with a 7.45pm start.
Ross McCormack is currently nursing a calf problem as he looks to make a further impact at Motherwell.
Callum O'Hare pic by Mark Fuller.