Carleton, a native of Powder Springs, scored on a free kick in the 63rd minute and on a volley from 25 yards out in the 67th minute.
“This is (the work of) more than just this season,” Carleton told U.S. Soccer. “Georgia United, Concord Fire, all the clubs that have been around for a while, came together and put it all together for Atlanta United. It just shows the development of soccer in Atlanta. It’s really a pat on the back to guys like Tony Annan and Dave Smith, and everyone who has been a part of promoting soccer in Georgia.”