Cercle Brugge KSV will take on KAA Gent in the Belgian Cup final on 15 May in Brussells.
Having beaten KSV Roeselare 3-0 in the first leg of their semi-final, Cercle increased their advantage three minutes into the away return through Jelle Vossen. However, their lead was whittled away with two Mama Dissa goals either side of a Jeremy Huyghebaert strike putting Roeselare back in the tie with 19 minutes left but after Damir Mirvić's 79th-minute dismissal for the home side, Cercle were able to reach their first final since 1996.
There they will meet their fellow two-time cup winners Gent. They welcomed KV Mechelen for their second leg with the scoreline at 2-2 and Gent went ahead in the 38th minute through Elimane Coulibaly's diagonal shot. Adnan Čustović was sent off for Gent on the hour mark but Michel Preud'homme's side are through. A UEFA Europa League berth is on offer, though Cercle could clinch one by winning the second tier of Eerste Klasse play-offs while Gent lie third at the start of the championship group.