Spiders skipper Richard Sinclair insists his young team-mates have grown up just in time to ignite a promotion push.
The Hampden kids came from behind twice to grab the three points and climb up to fifth in the table.
Sinclair believes Queen's rebuilding job is starting to produce dividends after an exodus of stars such as Alan Trouten,Mark Ferry and Stuart Kettlewell.
The captain said:"That's three wins out of three and you see the boys clicking together and fighting for each other.
"The team was very young last year and you could see the inexperience at times but they have developed and now know what it takes to win games. We have a grit about us and will be there or thereabouts at the end of the season."
Martin McBride wiped out John Macbeth's opener for Annan but Scott Anson restored the visitors' lead.
Queen's bounced back with Frankie Carroll rifling home and the comeback was complete in 74 minutes when Barry Douglas rolled in a penalty after Macbeth had fouled Chris Hamilton.
Gutted Annan boss Harry Cairney said: "We lost bad goals and that's not like us."