Manchester City reached the Champions League last for the very first time in the club's record as Riyad Mahrez's double found off Paris Saint-Germain 2-0 on Tuesday to seal a 4-1 aggregate win.
Mahrez's aim also decided the first leg and the Algerian, who grew up in the Parisian suburbs, haunted his city workforce again with two clinical finishes early on in each half.
The final in Istanbul on May 29 against Real Madrid or Chelsea is the culmination of City's rise since an Abu Dhabi takeover in 2008 transformed the club's fortunes.
Meanwhile, four years on from building Neymar and Kylian Mbappe the world's two priciest players, PSG's wait for an initial Champions League title continues on.
Mbappe could only watch on from the stands because of a calf injury due to, just like found in last week's primary leg, his side imploded after a great first-half performance.
The visitors were left to rue big overlooked chances by Marquinhos and Angel Di Maria in between Mahrez's strikes before Di Maria lashed out at Fernandinho to leave PSG right down to 10 men for the ultimate 20 minutes.
City will place the seal on a fifth Premier League subject in the past a decade in the coming times as they remain on course for a good treble, having already lifted the League Cup.
Nonetheless it has taken until their 10th consecutive time of year in the Champions League for Sheikh Mansour's investment to be rewarded by performing in the largest game in club soccer.
City boss Pep Guardiola offers won the Champions Little league twice before as a coach during his time at Barcelona.
However, the Catalan in addition has endured a decade of anguish in Europe's premier golf club competition since.
Four moments Guardiola has fallen at the semi-final stage with Barca and Bayern Munich since last lifting the trophy in 2011 along with three quarter-last exits with City previously three seasons.
In many of these ties, the fine details and controversial decisions went against Guardiola's men despite dominating the meet.
This time it had been a role reversal as City had to withstand a barrage from PSG prior to the break.
The French champions thought they had an early on penalty to reunite in the tie when Oleksandr Zinchenko was penalised for handball.
On the other hand, Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers rightly reversed his initial decision over seeing a replay of the ball bouncing away the Ukrainian's shoulder.
Zinchenko was first heavily involved again when the opening goal attained the other end.
He raced onto City goalkeeper Ederson's thunderous lengthy pass into the PSG spot. Zinchenko's cut-again found Kevin De Bruyne and following the Belgian's shot was blocked, Mahrez pounced to slot residence on his weaker proper foot.
The tie was still definately not over as PSG penned City back and should have been at least level on the night time before half-time.
Marquinhos has made a behavior of scoring big Champions Group goals and the Brazilian was first inches away from another when his looping header returned off the crossbar.
Ederson then almost undid his good are Di Maria intercepted his hurried throw to Bernardo Silva and flashed a go inches wide with the Brazilian 'keeper stranded outside his target.
Mauricio Pochettino will wonder what might have been had Mbappe been match his substitute Icardi ineffective.
Neymar just ever showed flashes of his brilliance with City's impressive defence led by Ruben Dias able to give attention to stopping the Brazilian without Mbappe to get worried about.
City have finally kept 31 tidy sheets this year in a marked contrast to the defensive weakness that has previously cost them in this competition.
Guardiola's guys have always shown enough quality in the years ahead and a clinical counter-assault killed off the tie on 63 minutes.
De Bruyne freed Phil Foden straight down the left and his inch-excellent cross was blasted high former Keylor Navas by Mahrez.
In a repeat of the 1st leg, PSG's discipline went with their hopes of achieving the final.
Di Maria needlessly stamped on Fernandinho to be displayed a straight red card before Marco Verratti was lucky to flee seeing another yellow.
Foden strike the post as City threatened to perform riot on the closing stages.
But they had currently done enough to create history.