Let $G$ be an abelian group, $A$ a trivial $G$-module. We know that $\text{Ext}(G,A)$ classifies abelian extensions of $G$ by $A$, whereas $H^2(G,A)$ classifies central extensions of $G$ by $A$. So we have a canonical inclusion $\text{Ext}(G,A)\hookrightarrow H^2(G,A)$. Is there some naturally arising exact sequence/spectral sequence which realizes this injection?

Usually this kind of thing can be explained by constructing a clever short exact sequence, but here I have no idea how one might compare $R^1\text{Hom}_\mathbb{Z}(G,\underline{\quad})$ with $R^2\text{Hom}_G(\mathbb{Z},\underline{\quad})$.