The 79th-minute winner came after Chris Iwelumo flicked on David Jones' corner at the near post and the ball bounced off a combination of Ebanks-Blake and Addicks defender Matt Holland before crossing the line.
Debate followed as to who got the final touch but the Wolves man was finally credited with his 24th goal of the campaign, beating his tally from last season which proved enough to secure the Championship's golden boot.
And Ebanks-Blake insists it was right to go down as his, telling the club's official website: "It's my goal. I was delighted to get it and delighted we got the three points. Any striker is always going to claim a goal, of course he is, and I'm no different."
Just minutes earlier the deadly marksman had uncharacteristically missed a second spot-kick out of his last three, but he insists it has not affected his confidence and he will still step up and take the next one.
"Of course I'll be wanting to take the next penalty and have no problem with doing so," he added. "Unless the gaffer says otherwise, I'll be there."