Albion recorded a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Blackburn Rovers at The Hawthorns on Saturday.
Tom Fellows opened the scoring early, before Brandon Thomas-Asante and an own-goal gave the Baggies a three-goal lead before half-time.
Jake Garrett pulled one back around the hour mark, but Thomas-Asante soon secured his brace, the hosts’ fourth and an important three Sky Bet Championship points to round-off a positive afternoon.
Carlos Corberán’s men are in action again next weekend, when they visit Norwich.
The boss made eight alterations to last weekend’s much-changed Emirates FA Cup team - with only Kyle Bartley, Alex Mowatt and Fellows remaining.
His side made the perfect start, Fellows nodding home from close-range for his second in as many games after Darnell Furlong’s long throw evaded everybody.
On the 30-minute mark, Thomas-Asante then doubled the advantage via a superb low strike.
And he played a big part in Albion’s third - helping Dominic Hyam bundle the ball in following Leopold Wahlstedt’s initial stop to deny Alex Mowatt.
The visitors did get a goal back through Garrett’s finish - and they also forced Alex Palmer into a few notable saves during a much better spell at the beginning of the second period.
Yet the Baggies always looked like adding a fourth, which came thanks to the impressive Thomas-Asante’s powerful effort in the 64th minute.
Corberán was able to give Jed Wallace & Daryl Dike time on the pitch as they continued injury comebacks - and Cedric Kipre also saw a header disallowed.
But it didn’t matter as Albion saw the game out comfortably in the end, securing another eye-catching win and ensuring they stay fifth in the league table.
Albion: Palmer; Furlong, Bartley, Kipre Taylor 78), Townsend; Yokuslu (Wallace 78), Mowatt; Fellows, Swift (Chalobah 59), Reach (Pipa 59); Thomas-Asante (Dike 78).
Substitutes: Griffiths, Pieters, Heard, Malcolm.
Attendance: 24,409 (1,258).