Wicklow head the Allianz League Division 4 table after an away 3-09 to 1-13 victory over Antrim in Ahoghill.
Leighton Glynn converted two penalties for the winners - one in each half to help secure the four-point success - and condemn the Saffrons to a consecutive loss.
The visitors, with wind advantage in the first-half held a 1-04 to 0-05 lead at the interval.
With the aid of the elements the home side started brightly on the resumption. CJ McGourty fired over a brace of points and Tomas McCann goaled to put them in front.
However, McGourty would later have a penalty saved. This would prove costly as James Stafford raised a green flag for the visitors to put them ahead again.
Glynn's conversion from the spot after 64 minutes late on put the seal on Wicklow's victory and ensured maximum points after two games.
Elsewhere in the division, Clare and Leitrim played out a 0-11 to 1-08 draw on Miltown-Malbay, while stalemate also ensued in Clonmel as it finished Tipperary 0-12 Waterford 1-09.
The game between London and Carlow was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. It has been re-fixed for next Sunday at the same venue.