Adama Traore's thumping goal, his first in all competitions since February last year, was enough to secure a place in the next round for the hosts as Roy Hodgson’s side created next to nothing going forward.
Here is how Jack Rosser rated the Eagles…
Jack Butland 6
Could do little about the Traore goal despite getting a tiny bit of a hand to it. Made a fine stop from Dendocker in the second half.
Nathaniel Clyne 5
Not often troubled at the back but offered next to nothing going forward.
James Tomkins 6
Another solid display from Tomkins, wasn't overly troubled on his side.
Mamadou Sakho 5
Not a happy return to the first team. Looked off the pace and was hooked at half time in what could be his final appearance for the club.
Patrick van Aanholt 4
Given a chance having been replaced by Mitchell as first choice at left-back. Struggled against Traore and gave Mitchell nothing to worry about in terms of his position.
Jordan Ayew 6
Probably Palace's best player but despite one run into the box offered little in the final third.
James McCarthy 5
First start since October for McCarthy who improved a touch before being replaced in the second half but looked rusty and was overrun by Wolves in the first half.
Jairo Riedewald 5
Similarly overrun in the first half and didn't do enough on the ball to get Palace going after the break.
Eberechi Eze 5
Showed a couple of flashes and tracked back well but offered little as the game went on.
Christian Benteke 5
Saw very little of the ball and posed no threat to Wolves throughout.
Michy Batshuayi 5
Really struggling to make a mark during his second spell on loan with the club. Did nothing to suggest Hodgson should start him in the Premier League.
Cheikhou Kouyate 6
Brought some calm to Palace and helped them see far more of the ball than in the first half.
Wilfried Zaha n/a
Tyrick Mitchell n/a
Andros Townsend n/a