Swindon started with the same team which beat Accrington last weekend, which worked well with Swindon picking up their second away win in a week.
Both sides had chances in the first half, but neither scored. Kerrouche came on in the second half to replace Montano.
Swindon took the lead on 82 minutes with Simon Ferry passing the ball to De Vita who shot from the edge of the box to give Swindon a 1-0 lead.
Meanwhile in the Swindon goal loan signing Foderington had a good game, making a number of saves to keep his second clean sheet in a row.