Chalk up another plus Wednesday for the Royals’ rebuilt rotation after a 1-0 victory that ended Atlanta’s 10-game winning streak.

Give a nod, too, to beleaguered relievers Kelvin Herrera and Greg Holland for protecting that lead over the final two innings at Turner Field.

Wade Davis, 2-0, worked the first seven innings and was marvelous in doing so. He handed a 1-0 lead to Herrera, which provided Herrera with a quick chance to atone for his three-homer implosion in Tuesday’s 6-3 loss.

Herrera began the inning by falling behind 3-0 on Andrelton Simmons before fighting back for a strikeout — benefiting from a borderline call by umpire Doug Eddings.

Pinch-hitter Ramiro Pena punched a single to right, which turned over the lineup. B.J. Upton popped a 3-1 pitch to second before Jason Heyward, who started Herrera’s nightmare on Tuesday, grounded into a force at second.

The Royals threatened in the ninth against Cory Gearrin when one-out singles by Salvy Perez and Lorenzo Cain — his third hit — put runners at first and second.

Gearrin escaped by getting Jeff Francoeur to ground into a double play, which meant Holland had no wiggle room in the ninth.

He didn’t need any.

Holland struck out the side for his third save, which enabled the Royals, 8-6, to gain a split in the two-game series.