Wolverhampton Wanderers confirmed their place in the main draw of a UEFA competition for the first time in 39 years with a 2-1 second leg victory over Torino.
That completed a 5-3 aggregate success over the Italian side.
Italy international Daniele Baselli led the early Torino fight, with the Serie A side looking to take the game to their hosts early doors as they sought to overturn a first leg deficit.
Indeed Baselli, the ex-Atalanta midfielder, dragged a volley wide in the opening 10 minutes as Walter Mazzarri’s side sought to take charge of proceedings.
Wolves struggled to get out of their own half, until midway through the opening period when Adama Traore ventured on a one-man mission towards Salvatore Sirigu’s goal.
The mercurial wing-back, who destroyed the absent Christian Ansaldi during the first leg, rampaged through the heart of the away defence, only to fire straight at Sirigu after a 50-yard surge.
On the half hour mark however, the ex-Barcelona, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough man had Molineux chanting his name.
Willy Boly started the move, with fine defensive work and a sweeping crossfield pass; from there, Traore took up the baton, driving at former Chelsea youngster Ola Aina, taking him to the touchline before cutting back.
Traore delivered a low left-foot cross into the near post and Raul Jimenez turned home, notching his third in as many games.
Shortly before the hour mark, the visitors levelled on the night; Baselli’s left-wing freekick cleverly flicked home by skipper Andrea Belotti.
However, within 103 seconds, Wanderers were back in front, as Sirigu saved Diogo Jota’s snap shot, only to see Leander Dendoncker steer into the net.
Traore continued to terrorise the visitors, who struggled, again, to get to grips with his direct running.
Belotti fired an acrobatic volley over the bar from 10 yards late on and Dendoncker was denied a second by Sirigu, as Wolves ran out comfortable winners.
They will now discover their fate in Friday’s group stage draw.