Blackburn came from a goal down to beat fellow strugglers Rotherham and earn their first league win of the season.
Danny Ward slotted the Millers in front but Rovers levelled when Craig Conway found the top corner from 20 yards out.
Conway teed up Marvin Emnes to stroke the hosts ahead before Ben Marshall bent in to double their lead just 15 seconds into the second half.
Ward headed his second at the near post to apply pressure but Emnes set up Sam Gallagher to tap in and seal victory.
The points lift Owen Coyle’s side off the foot of the Championship table on goal difference, just a point below Rotherham who slip to 21st.
Ward’s strikes were the first away goals of the season for Alan Stubbs’ team, who also hit the bar when a Blackburn player headed on to his own bar from Greg Halford’s long throw.
Rovers also struck the woodwork when Gallagher powered a header against the bar from a Conway cross.
The Millers’ wretched record at Ewood Park continues, losing on 13 of their last 15 league visits – their last victory there coming in September 1979.