This paper describes two speed-up techniques for Boolean matching of LUT-based circuits. One is one-hot encoding technique for variables representing input assignments. Though it requires more variables than existing binary encoding technique, almost all added clauses using one-hot encoding are binary clauses, which are suitable for efficient Boolean constraint propagation. The other is CEGAR (counter example guided abstraction refinement) technique which reduces the CPU time significantly. With both techniques, we can solve Boolean matching problem with 9 input function in 20 milliseconds on average, which is faster than the existing algorithms more than one order of magnitude.