Webbcona shook off a comprehensive loss to shock defending premier Ballarat Memorial Sports in the Ballarat District Bowls Division Saturday Pennant.
A foreign carpet didn't phase Webbcona en-route to a 18-shot victory away from home on Saturday.
The win puts the club back on track in its quest to lock-down a top four spot before the Christmas break.
Webbcona bowler Gary Johnson said victory was a relief following a disappointing effort against Ballarat the week prior.
"We said at tea time that we wanted to keep our heads down," he said.
"We sort of let them get away and we caught up.
"We just wanted to stick with them until the end but then we ended up getting away."
BMS got out to a quick lead in the early stages, but Webbcona worked its way back through an exceptional rink effort led by skipper Barry McArthur.
His 18-shot victory over BMS skipper Ryan Bedggood formed the backbone of his club's come-from-behind victory.
It would prove the only rink success for the afternoon, with Walter Whitehead and Tony Lange finishing at 22-all, and Michael Sloper and Leah McArthur tying at 19.
Johnson, who plays third under Leah McArthur, praised the rink of Johnson for putting up big numbers.
"Barry got away early and took the pressure off us, and the other two rinks had to keep tight and we did," he said.
The win elevates Webbcona to third place on the ladder - one win off table-leaders Sebastopol and Ballarat.
Johnson said he felt like the team had its swagger back.
"It feels good, we lost all three rinks last week so to get the points this week is a great result," he said.
"We've dropped a couple to the better sides, we got one wash-out against Sebastopol.
"We've just got to build some momentum heading into Christmas and hopefully end the year with three wins on the trot."
Meanwhile Central Wendouree caused an upset by defeating Victoria by eight shots.
The Bears managed two rink successes over the Vics, with Colin Johnson leading the way with an 11-shot victory over Craig Ford.
Jesse Thomas's six-shot win over Tony Gutteridge was the only rink success for Victoria, in what was a dark day for the club.
Elsewhere Ballarat continued its hot form with a nine-shot win over Learmonth.
It was the third staright win for Ballarat which has won three of its last four matches. It holds a slight lead over Sebastopol at the top of the ladder on percentage.
Sebastopol proved ever reliable again with an 11-shot win over Creswick, and Buninyong thumped Mt Xavier.