Boca Juniors eased into the Copa Libertadores final with a goalless draw in the semi-final second leg against Universidad de Chile.
The Argentine side will face Brazil's Corinthians in the final after a 2-0 aggregate success after a first-leg win a week ago, which came thanks to goals from Santiago Silva and Juan Sanchez Mino.
Boca had chances to extend its lead in the first half, starting in the seventh minute when Juan Roman Riquelme volleyed against the crossbar.
Pable Mouche then missed two one-on-one opportunities before Universidad finally mustered a goal threat, with Junior Fernandes' header well saved by Agustin Orion.
The Chilean side improved in the second half and twice hit the crossbar, through Marcelo Diaz and Raul Ruidiaz, while Osvaldo Gonzalez tested Orion and Matias Rodriguez headed just wide.
"We gave our best but we didn't lose the tie
here, we failed in Buenos Aires," Diaz, reflecting on Universidad's fourth semi-final exit from the
Coach Jorge Sampaoli added: "We have no regrets. We are very clear that we made history for the club."
Victory over the two legs sees Boca match Uruguayan side Penarol's record of 10 Libertadores final appearances.
"We played very well. I think we had to kill off the tie in the first half, when we had a lot of chances," captain Riquelme, who led his side to victory in 2007, said.
"Then we suffered tiredness, but thanks to God we were not at any risk."
Looking ahead to the final, he added: "This is very important for Boca. The club didn't participate in the last two editions, but we returned and showed we are a big team by reaching the final.
"Corinthians play good football and will be tough opponents. I'm sure it will be a hard final."
The first leg of the final will be played next week at La Bombonera with the return match seven days later at Estadio do Pacaembu.
Defending champion Corinthians was ousted from the Copa Libertadores on Wednesday (Thursday AEST), with a 1-1 draw in