A dramatic late hat-trick from Leonel Wamba fired CR Belouizdad to a 3-1 second leg victory over Bo Rangers and sealed their place in the TotalEnergies CAF Champions League group stage.
The Algerian side overturned a first-half 1-0 deficit to triumph 6-2 on aggregate against the Sierra Leonean club in a thrilling finale.
The three-goal blitz from 21-year-old Wamba overturned the early away lead and clinched the aggregate victory for Belouizdad.
Bo Rangers had silenced the home crowd by taking a surprise 10th minute lead through Santigie Sesay, who lobbed Algerian debutant keeper Raïs M'Bolhi.
The Sierra Leone sidestunned the hosts by taking the lead through Sesay, who lobbed M'Bolhi on his debut after he was caught off his line.
But Belouizdad, who won the first leg 3-1, turned the tie around in dramatic style late on at the Miloud Hedfi Stadium in Oran.
The Algerians eventually made their dominance count in a goal-laden final fifteen minutes to turn the tie on its head.
The comeback began when Wamba converted a 60th minute penalty after Azzi was fouled in the area.
The 21-year-old Cameroonian then clinched qualification in stunning fashion, netting two more goals in the space of just four minutes.
Wamba's quickfire double on 86 and 90 minutes completed his hat-trick and sealed a 6-2 overall win for the jubilant Algerians.
It marks the fourth consecutive Champions League group stage appearance for Belouizdad since 2020/21 season as they join the likes of Wydad Casablanca and Mamelodi Sundowns.