Inter Milan booked their place in the Champions League final for the first time since 2010 after a clinical 1-0 win over arch-rivals AC Milan at San Siro.
Lautaro Martinez scored the decisive goal in the 74th minute to seal a 3-0 aggregate victory for the three-time champions, who will face either Manchester City or Real Madrid in Istanbul on 10 June.
Milan, playing as the away team in their shared stadium, started brightly and created some chances to reduce the deficit from the first leg, but were denied by Inter goalkeeper Andre Onana.
Theo Hernandez blasted over the bar and Brahim Diaz saw his shot saved by Onana, while Rafael Leao missed a golden opportunity when he dragged his shot wide of the far post.
Inter grew into the game and almost killed off the tie before half-time when Edin Dzeko’s header was brilliantly kept out by Milan keeper Mike Maignan.
The second half was a cagey affair until Martinez broke through and slotted the ball under Maignan to spark wild celebrations among the Inter fans.
Inter held on to reach their first Champions League final in 13 years and end Milan’s hopes of a comeback.