Real Madrid sailed into their first Champions League final since 2002 with an astonishingly one-sided away victory over holders Bayern Munich.
Sergio Ramos scored two headers from set-pieces before Cristiano Ronaldo rounded off a counter-attack to all but end the game as a contest.
Ronaldo added a late free-kick for his record 16th goal of the campaign to seal an emphatic 5-0 aggregate win.
Real will face either Chelsea or Atletico Madrid in the final in Lisbon.
Meanwhile, Chelsea captain John Terry and midfielder Eden Hazard will be fit for Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final second leg against Atletico Madrid but keeper Petr Cech is out.
Centre-back Terry injured his ankle in the goalless first leg, and Cech dislocated his shoulder.
Hazard, could play for the first time since April 8 and Samuel Eto’o is fit.
Atletico captain Gabi is suspended, with ex-Chelsea midfielder Tiago Mendes expected to take his place.
Blues coach Jose Mourinho said after the first leg in Spain that both Cech and Terry would miss the rest of the Premier League season, with the Portuguese stating that Terry would only feature again if his club reached the Champions League final on May 24, reports the BBC.