Virtus BolognaFiere booked a spot in the EuroChallenge Final Four with a 106-91 triumph in Italy against Telekom Baskets on Thursday.
Sharrod Ford led the winners in scoring for the second straight game, pouring in 28 points.
He was a perfect 12-of-12 inside the arc, though he missed both of his attempts from long range.
Ford had scored 17 points in Virtus' 86-76 Game 1 triumph 48 hours earlier in Bonn.
Virtus inflicted much of their damage from three-point land, making 13 of 25 (52%) while restricting the visitors from Germany to five of 14 (35.7%) shooting from the arc.
Bonn did have a promising start to the game and held a 33-32 advantage with 7:23 remaining in the second quarter.
Ford scored after receiving an alley-oop pass from Guilherme Giovannoni and then Ntousan Tsalikis-Vouktsevits followed with a three-ball for a 37-33 lead.
Michael Koch's outfit trailed the rest of the way.
The crowning blow came late in the first half when Virtus scored 12 unanswered points for a 56-42 lead.
Earl Boykins sparked the run with a trey and Reshawn Terry added a jump shot and a lay-up.
After Ford nailed a jumper, Alex Righetti connected from behind the arc for a 56-42 lead.
Bonn refused to give in but never got closer than nine in the fourth quarter as Virtus completed a 2-0 series win.
Brandon Bowman scored 21 points to lead Bonn, who will now focus on their German BBL campaign.
Matteo Boniciolli - BolognaFiere Head Coach:
"It was a tough period, but we won thanks to the hard work of my players. I'm very proud and satisfied to have reached the Final Four."
Guilherme Giovannoni - BolognaFiere Player:
"We played a good game. We started a little bit distracted, but we did our best to reach the Final Four."
Michael Koch - Telekom Baskets Bonn Head Coach:
"I'd like to contratulate BolognaFiere who deserves to go to the Final Four, but we did a very good job even if we don't have as much experience."
Vincent Yarbrough - Telekom Baskets Bonn Player:
"We tried to win the game, but BolognaFiere has more experience than us."