Thanks to SIMON HARRIS for this report.
The Millers played for over half the game with a man short after Theo Smith was shown a straight red card, but showed tremendous character to withstand a spirited Dynamo fightback in the second half.
Loughborough started strongly and before the Millers had chance to take a breath they fell behind to a Jake Betts header on 2 minutes.
These days it is normal for Carlton to hit right back with the next attack and that is exactly what happened here. A Terry Hawkridge free kick travelled across the face of the goal and reached Ian Brown who crossed for Theo Smith to side foot the Millers level with just minutes on the clock.
Dynamo player Jacob Blackwell kept the Carlton defence busy for most of the first half making darting runs and offering different options to Dynamo going forward.
Carlton went close on 21 minutes with Hawkridge once again getting in behind Loughborough but assistant Buck flagged his cross offside.
On 29 minutes Ian Brown latched onto a speculative ball forward and outpaced three Dynamo defenders to fire past the advancing Mannkler in the Loughborough goal to put the Millers 2-1 up.
On 39 minutes goal scorer Smith kicked out at a Loughborough defender just outside the box and referee Thornhill had no choice but to dismiss Smith and thus reduce the Millers to 10 men.
The remainder of the first half was played out with 10 man Carlton on top and they extended their lead on 43 minutes when the impressive Hawkridge took the ball in mid-air and created space with his first touch and crossed for Ian Brown to notch his second and Carlton’s third.
At the start of the second half it looked ominous for McJannet’s men as a mix-up between Danny Marshall and Robert Darkin on the 47th minute allowed the impressive Jamie Clarke to reduce the arrears.
Millers captain Ashley Kitchen then fell badly and hurt his knee. His screams led those present to fear the worst as he was stretchered-off. However, his injury was later found to be less serious than first thought.
With Loughborough pushing for an equaliser they hit either the woodwork on no less than six occasions and there were also three quality saves from Danny Marshall.
To add insult to injury for the home side the ten men of Carlton capped off a fantastic team performance when Robert Gill latched onto a shot from Nick Hall that was spilled by the Dynamo keeper to give the Millers their fourth successive win at the Nanpantan Sports Ground.
Carlton Town: Marshall, Thornotn, Goward, Darkin, Kitchen (Millns 57), Kimberely (A Grayson 72), Hall, Hawkridge, Smith, Wiggins-Thomas, Brown (Gill 73). Unused substitutes: N Grayson, Fletcher
Goals: Smith 3, Brown 29, 43, Gill 79
Carlton Town Supporters Club MOTM: Rob Darkin