Chemseddine Chtibi scored seven minutes into stoppage time on Sunday to earn Moghreb of Fes a 1-0 win over InterClube of Angola and a place in the CAF Confederation Cup final.
Moghreb qualified for their first Pan-African final on the away-goal rule after losing the first leg of the semi-final 2-1 two weeks ago in Luanda where InterClube substitute 'Moco' snatched an injury-time winner.
Moghreb are hoping to become the third Moroccan winners of the African second-tier Confederation Cup and the second in a row after outsiders FUS Rabat shocked two-time title holders CS Sfaxien of Tunisia last year.
Apart from the Sfaxien victories, Etoile Sahel also lifted the trophy, making Tunisia the most successful country in the eight-year competition with three successes ahead of Morocco, who have two, and Ghana and Mali, who each have one.
Club Africain clinched their place in a final despite being held 0-0 by Nigerians Sunshine Stars behind closed doors as they took a 1-0 first-leg lead into the return game.