Seven-time CONCACAF Champions League winners America cruised into the semi-finals, while Guadalajara overcame Seattle Sounders.
Mexican giants America were comfortable 3-1 victors over Tauro in Panama on Wednesday as they sealed a final-four berth.
Henry Martin scored a quick-fire brace early in the first half, while Alejandro Diaz was on target after the break to complete a resounding 7-1 win on aggregate.
America recorded a 4-0 rout in the first leg and they continued where they left off away from home – Martin finishing coolly past Tauro goalkeeper Oscar McFarlane after six minutes.
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Martin was at it again 13 minutes later when he squeezed the ball through McFarlane's legs, with Carlos Quintero proving pivotal again.
Diaz headed in a third goal past the hour-mark, though substitute Julio Sanchez managed to pull a goal back for Tauro.
America will face MLS champions Toronto for a spot in the final – the tie to get underway next month.
Fellow Mexican outfit Guadalajara also advanced to the semis after upstaging the Sounders 3-0.
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MLS Cup runners-up the Sounders took a 1-0 lead into the return leg in Mexico but they came unstuck across the border.
After a goalless opening 45 minutes, Oswaldo Alanis, Eduardo Lopez and Jose Godinez struck as Guadalajara claimed a 3-1 victory over two legs.
New York Red Bulls stand in the way of Guadalajara – the 1962 champions – and their first appearance in a final since 2007.
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