|Keogh 51, Woolford 76||Venue: The Den
MILLWALL progressed to the second round of the Capital One Cup with a 2-1 win over League Two outfit AFC Wimbledon at The Den.
Second-half goals from Andy Keogh and Martyn Woolford handed manager Steve Lomas his first competitive win in charge.
Luke Moore pulled one back for the visitors late on, but it proved a mere consolation.
Lomas made seven changes from the side that started against Yeovil at the weekend, with Stephen Bywater, Paul Robinson, Jack Smith, Scott Malone, Jermaine Easter, Nicky Bailey and Woolford all named in the XI.
After a tame opening half-hour, Easter had the first meaningful effort on goal when, with his back to goal, he bent an effort towards the top corner that Ross Worner tipped over.
In the 33rd minute, Malone's cross was half-cleared to Bailey on the edge of the area, but the midfielder's first-time shot sailed high and wide.
Bailey turned provider for Easter moments later but, after swivelling in the area, the striker drilled straight into the arms of Worner, when perhaps he had time to pick his spot.
With the interval approaching, James Henry skipped past two defenders before lofting a shot well over the bar as Millwall became increasingly dominant.
The Lions began the second half in the same vein and had an early chance to open the scoring when Malone's cross reached Henry at the far post, but the winger sliced wide.
But it was 1-0 in the 51st minute when 'keeper Worner dallied on the ball, allowing Keogh to nip in and finish into an empty net from an acute angle.
The Dons had a chance to level when Andy Frampton nodded a corner back across goal to Charlie Sherringham, but he headed straight at Bywater from close range.
Woolford nearly made it 2-0 when Henry's through ball left him one-on-one with Worner, but the stopper blocked the winger's effort with his legs.
But Woolford, who had had several pot-shots throughout the match, was not to be denied, and he added a second in the 76th minute, bundling in Easter's deep cross at the far post.
Moore set up a nervy finale when he tucked in Sheringham's flick with a minute of normal time remaining, and Bywater had to be at full stretch to keep out Jack Midson's drive deep into stoppage time as Millwall held on.