RS Berkane beat their Moroccan counterparts 2-1 on Monday night to reach CAF Confederation Cup final.
Two penalties from Mohamed Aziz handed Berkane the needed win despite Imad Kimaoui scoring for Hassania Agadir.
RS Berkane proved handful for their opponents and had a goal disallowed when VAR ruled out Mouhssine Yajour’s header.
Berkane booked a place in Sunday’s final and waits on the winner between Egypt’s Pyramids FC and Guinea’s Horoya.
Due to Covid19 pandemic, CAF decided to shorten the competition in mini-tournament format with both semi-finals played under one-leg.