Sam Kerr has the chance to become the second Australian woman to win a UEFA Women's Champions League winner's medal in two weeks time.
Chelsea defeated Bayern Munich 4-1 at Kingsmeadow - 5-3 on aggregate - to set up a clash with Barcelona in Gothenburg, Sweden for the final.
The Westfield Matildas captain played her role once again, combining with Fran Kirby to set up the Blues' opening goal. A quick counter saw Kerr and Kirby take on the Bayern defence.
The Australian then played it through to Kirby who scored her fifth goal of this UEFA Women's Champions League campaign.
Bayern's stunning reply via Sarah Zadrazil was cancelled out just before half time by Ji So-yun. A goal to Pernille Harder and another Kirby finish into an empty net in the 94th minute sealed Chelsea's fate.
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Emma Hayes' side will take on Barcelona who beat PSG 2-1 in the second leg and 3-2 overall. A Lieke Martens double in the first half was enough for the Spanish side.
Marie-Antoinette Katoto's goal just past the half hour mark kept the French side in it, but they couldn't find the back of the net again.
Kerr has the chance to join Alison Forman and Sharon Black who are currently the only two Australian women to have played in a UWCL final.
If she and her Chelsea team mates are successful, she will become the second Aussie to win the UWCL, after Ellie Carpenter achieved the feat last season.
The final will take place on Monday, May 17 with kick off at 5am AEST.