Hainaut Basket threw their best shot at Kayseri Kaskispor on Wednesday night but lost the battle to reach the EuroCup Women Semi-Finals.
The French club led by nine points in the second half of the second leg to pull level on aggregate, but ended up finishing the game with a 59-59 tie.
Over the two legs, Kayseri won by a combined score of 127-118.
Anna De Forge's jump shot with 6:37 to play in the third quarter put Kayseri on top 43-34 in France.
But Hainaut outscored the visitors 19-4 the rest of the frame for a 53-47 lead.
Veteran power forward Amisha Carter had nine of her 19 points in that spurt for the hosts.
Hainaut kept their noses in front for the entire fourth quarter until Latoya Sanders tied the second leg at 59-59 with two free throws in the final minute.
Sanders had 15 points and game highs in rebounds (19) and blocks (five) for Kayseri.
Veteran Croatian center Petra Stampalija signed off from the competition with 12 points and 12 rebounds for Hainaut.
Kayseri Head Coach Aylan Avci
"I knew it would be an hard game. We are happy to be in the semi-finals, we will play a Turkish team so one Turkish team will be in the final. Our bench made the difference tonight."
Hainaut Head Coach Corinne Bénintendi
"Kayseri have a very good team. The key of the game was the rebounds, Kayseri took 12 defensive rebounds. We were not perfect on defense. It is a pity that we did not win this game, but we have no regrets because Kayseri is better than us."
Kayseri player Latoya Sanders
"Saint-Amand is a good team, but our team's defense was wery good. Now we will play against a team that we know well. It will be again a hard game."
Hainaut player Amanda Houts
"Of course we are disappointed but we missed too many shots. We need to concentrate on our domestic league."