Limbal autograft transplantation is recommended for treatment of limbal stem cell destruction and its complications. It is appropriate to restore corneal reepithelialization and arrest corneal vascularization and scarring. In unilateral alkali injury, limbal transplantation was first recommended for late management of corneal conjunctivalization. Our patient had severe ocular unilateral alkali injury. Early autologous limbal transplant was effective in restoring an excellent corneal surface and a good visual function.