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The Potters went ahead with their first attempt on target straight after the break when the impressive Tyrese Campbell crossed to the far post where Steven Fletcher's downward header beat keeper Simon Sluga for his first Potters goal.
Campbell was also involved in Stoke's second, his backheel across the six-yard box causing a scramble which resulted in Nick Powell smashing in the loose ball to score for the second game running.
Luton had the better of a scrappy first half, with Rhys Norrington-Davies going closest right on half-time, flashing a shot from the edge of the box which was deflected inches over the bar.
The result extended Stoke's impressive run to just one defeat in 13 matches in all competitions, stretching back to last season, and took their unbeaten run at Kenilworth Road to six matches.
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The Hatters provided the main attacking threat before the break, but struggled to break down a miserly Potters defence which has kept seven clean sheets in nine matches this season.
Elliott Lee hit the side-netting following Luke Berry's neat through-ball, while Danny Hylton, making his first league start of the season, had a close-range shot blocked after good work from Harry Cornick.
City have relied heavily on their mean defence to earn the points this season while their goalshy attack had failed to score twice in a game, but they managed the feat at Luton in just 10 second-half minutes.
Town responded well, with new signing Joe Morrell a big threat after coming off the bench midway through the second half. He teed up chances for Cornick and also tested City keeper Adam Davies with a 20-yard effort.
But Stoke comfortably held out for a win which lifted them to eighth, while Luton dropped a place to sixth.
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