If this had the feeling of a cup final beforehand, it all felt fairly routine by the finish.
Though we were frustratingly slow out of the gate yet again, we got the job done.
Our habit of starting games slowly is likely to remain the endearing mystery of this season, as was our inability to beat (or even take a point against) Huddersfield last term.
But what we lack in the first 45, we more than make up for in the second.
With Traore on song, it proved a tough evening for an already struggling Palace side.
Spare a thought for young left back Tyrick Mitchell, who was given the thankless task of repressing our resident Spanish speedster.
The rookie had a luckless evening, compounded when he was well and truly rinsed in the build-up to the second goal.
Not that things were much easier for the rest of the Palace backline, who simply failed to handle our slick front three once they got up and running.
Though there was no goal for Jimenez, it was great to see Podence bag his first in a Wolves shirt. Another bright showing from the January signing suggests he can be a big player for us next season.
At the other end of the field, Dendoncker once again underlined his importance by effortlessly slotting into the back three. In my opinion, he’s been one of the standout performers since the restart.
And so, with our destiny in our own hands, we turn to a mouth-watering final day fixture at Stamford Bridge.
Life certainly would have been easier had we not slipped up against Sheffield United and Burnley, but it’s hard to have any gripes after another fantastic season of progress.
Come what may, Wolves remain very much on the up.
Continued success makes it difficult to reflect on the journey we have been on since Nuno arrived, but it’s important we maintain perspective.
It’s remarkable to think that we are in with a chance of finishing above both Arsenal and Spurs, given we were firing blanks at home to MK Dons not so long ago. The fact we still have at least one more European tie to contest is even more impressive.
So, let’s buckle up and see what the crescendo of this rollercoaster season looks like. A little more of what we showed tonight would do the trick.