MK Dons manager Karl Robinson saluted his "magnificent" players after they beat Yeovil 3-2 despite a sickness bug sweeping through the club.
Peter Leven's last-gasp penalty helped the Dons put a tough few days behind them after goals from Dean Lewington and Jemal Johnson and Yeovil pair Dean Bowditch and Adam Virgo left the score locked at 2-2 with three minutes remaining.
Robinson said: "I'm delighted but I'm extremely tired. It has been a tough week with having to travel to Tranmere, (coach) Alex Rae moving on and illness and injuries sweeping through the camp.
"It has challenged us as staff, which is brilliant and can only enhance what we do at this football club.
"The lads have got unbelievable will power. They never think they're beaten and that character within them is a magnificent trait for any good football team.
"I'm not getting carried away with our home form because I've got our away form to sort out. It was a magnificent performance, but we've got to get this away form right to correct where we are in the league."