Manchester United held off a determined Celta Vigo attack to reach the Europa League final where they face Dutch giants Ajax.
Maroune Fellaini converted from Marcus Rashford's cross to put Manchester United 2 - 0 up on aggregate against the run of play.
In the second half, Facundo Roncaglia pulled on back as Celta Vigo piled the pressure but he will soon be shown a red card for an altercation with Eric Bailly who was also dismissed.
In the other tie, Ajax held off Lyon to reach the Europa League final for the first time ever.
Leading 4 - 1 from the first leg, the Dutch side saw one of their defenders shown a red card and lost 3 - 1 in France.
Ajax star Dolberg opened the scoring in the match but Lyon scored two quick goals through Alexander Lacazette.
The French side stepped up the gear in the second half and got they third goal of the night through Ghezzal's header.
However that was not enough for Lyon as Ajax went on to win 5 - 4 on aggregate to qualify for the final.
Manchester United and Ajax face off in their first ever Europa League final on May 24.