But the win potentially came at a cost when skipper Billy Sharp limped off in the second half, adding another headache for boss Paul Heckingbottom in an injury-battling season so far.
United were far from their best in the first half against Barnsley, who could have taken an early lead when Matty Wolfe saw off a well-saved effort from Wes Foderingham.
But the home side went ahead perhaps against the run of play when Sander Berge converted from close range, and Morgan Gibbs-White put the glossary on the win after rounding Brad Collins and returning to home after a good game from substitute Oli McBurnie.
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