Lokomotiv Kuban completed a 2-0 sweep of BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque on Thursday night to seal a place in the EuroChallenge Final Four.
After needing overtime to win the opening game of the Quarter-Final series, 92-91, at Gravelines on Tuesday, Kestutis Kemzura's Lokomotiv returned to Krasnodar and cruised to an 86-68 victory.
Jeremiah Massey poured in 15 of his team-high 18 points in the first half for the hosts, who led by as many as 16 before going to the break with a 46-32 lead.
The French, playing without injured duo Yannick Bokolo and Mo Sene, closed the gap to 52-39 with 6:46 to go in the third quarter.
Lokomotiv then delivered the knockout punch.
A Massey three-ball ignited an 8-0 that was capped by Alexey Surovtsev's shot from the arc for a 60-39 lead with 5:43 to play in the third frame.
The advantage ballooned to 28 in the third quarter before Lokomotiv settled for an 18-point triumph.
Lokomotiv got 17 points and eight rebounds from Mike Wilkinson, 16 points from Alando Tucker, 11 from Lionel Chalmers and 10 from Surovtsev.
Lokomotiv Kuban, guard Goran Jeretin:
"This was a good game tonight. We did our best to rehabilitate ourselves in the fans' eyes after three defeats and we were awarded with the Final Four. We have enough time to get ready for the next step. And thanks a lot to our favourite fans."