Aberdeen moved into the Europa League third qualifying round with a 2-0 win over NK Siroka Brijeg in Bosnia.
After drawing the first leg 1-1 at Pittodrie the Reds had to score.
Summer signings Greg Stewart and Gary Mackay-Steven grabbed the decisive goals to set up a tie with Apollon Limassol of Cyprus.
It is the fourth year in a row Aberdeen have reached the third qualifying round.
They remain Scotland’s only remaining club in the tournament following the early exits of Rangers and St Johnstone in the earlier round.
This result, in searing heat of 90F, restored some much-needed pride to Scottish football.
The build -up to the tie had been soured when hooligans, not linked to NK Siroki Brijeg, attacked around 50 Dons fans in Mostar city centre last night.
Thankfully there was no trouble at tonight’s game which was attended by 168 die hard Dons fans.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes made two changes to the team from the first leg.
Summer signing Stewart, on a season-long loan from Birmingham, came in for Greg Tansey with Jayden Stockley replacing Adam Rooney.
Striker Stockley was suspended for the first leg having been sent off last season against Maribor in Slovenia.
Siroki Brijeg created the first chance in the fourth minute when Ivan Krstanovic ghosted in at the near post to meet a Luka Menalo corner and fired a powerful 15-yard shot just wide.
The teams were probing one another in a cautious period with skipper Graeme Shinnie coming in for particular attention with three early fouls on the midfielder.
The Bosnians created the better early chances and Menalo had a powerful drive saved by keeper Joe Lewis in the 21st minute.
With the temperature so high, the teams stopped for a 90-second water break on the 25th minute to take on fluids.
On the half hour mark Kenny McLean hit a low drive that was deflected just wide for a corner.
Early in the second, Andy Considine latched on to a free-kick from Ryan Christie but his diving header from the edge of the box was saved by keeper Luka Bilobrk.
In the 59th minute, Krstanovic broke in on goal and fired a low 15-yard shot but keeper Lewis smothered the effort.
Aberdeen then nearly broke the deadlock in the 60th minute when Christie’s low shot was parried by the keeper.
Stewart powered onto the loose ball at the back post but pushed his shot wide.
Moments later Christie was found unmarked 15 yards out by a Mackay-Steven cross but headed wide.
Aberdeen were growing in stature and Considine met a Logan free-kick moments later only to head just wide.
However, keeper Lewis had to pull off a superb save in the 69th minute to block a vicious scissor kick from Krstanovic 15 yards out.
Moments later the Dons made the break-through when Christie threaded a pass through to Stewart.
The on-loan Birmingham attacker burst in on goal and fired a low drive beyond the keeper at the near post and into the far to send the Dons fans behind that goal into raptures.
Aberdeen booked their spot in the next round with a superb goal as Christie found Mackay-Steven with a fantastic threaded pass in behind the defence.
The winger, who only signed a deal 24 hours before the first leg, swept an unstoppable 15-yard drive beyond the keeper in the 77th minute.
NK Siroki Brijeg: Bilobrk, Matic, Barisic, D. Coric, Cabraja, Menalo, J. Coric, Begonja, Bralic, Krstanovic, Markovic
Subs: Loncar (for J.Coric 52), Corlukca (for Cabraja 67),
Subs not used: Kozul, Wagner, Grubisic, Nikic, Zlomislic
Aberdeen : Lewis, Logan, Shinnie, Considine, O’Connor, Reynolds, McLean, Stewart, Mackay-Steven, Stockley, Christie
Subs: Maynard (for Stockley 67), Tansey (for Stewart 75), Rooney (for Mackay-Steven 78)
Subs not used: Wright, Harvie, Storey, Rogers