It happens to me all the time.
There are two mains cases:
- A simple, basic desire: I feel a drive to draw that one scene five chapters ahead because that will make me happy;
- Same, + I feel that if I don't draw it right away, I will lose forever good ideas that I have NOW!
In the first case, I generally manage to control myself, not do it and stay focused on the current work.
But In the second case it's more difficult because even if this 'I will forget' is probably an excuse, it is also a very valid concern. I don't know much worse in any kind of creative process than having a block on a specific part that we had great ideas for at an earlier stage. I hate that feeling of wasted opportunities.
So I compromise. I do quick sketches sometimes, but mostly take a lot of written/recorded notes. If I think of a panel with a weird perspective that would look super nice in a specific scene, it may take some time to draw it properly enough that I will know what I wanted to do, 6 months later. But if I describe the scene with words, I will remember what impact I wanted the scene to have, which will still make sense even after years. Another thing that very often comes to my mind and forces me into working on later chapters is color schemes. I get sort of visions, flashes, of colors I want very much to use in this or that later scene, and they won't go away unless I do something with them. Generally I won't need to draw the scene, but I will choose the colors on a new file and keep it for later use.
So, to summarize, I don't necessarily force myself to not work on these later scenes, but I try to keep it to a minimum and focus on creating starting points to facilitate the work when it will be time to tackle these parts.