I also think HTML::Template will probably do the job. The only thing that might bite you is XML escaping - as the name implies, the module is intended for HTML documents, not XML. But it does support HTML escaping, and that will probably suffice. Here's a little example to get you started.
# file test.pl
my $template = HTML::Template->new(filename => 'test.tmpl');
$template->param(tag1 => '<tag1_test_value>');
$template->param(tag2 => '<tag2_test_value>');
# file test.tmpl
<tag1><TMPL_VAR ESCAPE=HTML tag1></tag1>
<tag2><TMPL_VAR ESCAPE=HTML tag2></tag2>
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