Scotland stars Euan Murray and Scott Gray will grace a European final this season after helping Northampton squeeze past Saracens in a Franklin's Gardens semi-final thriller.
Murray, poised to embark on his first Lions tour later this month, was rested for the Saints' last league game of the season last weekend.
But the former Glasgow prop was restored to the Northampton side for the visit of Saracens and he produced a typically belligerent performance to help his side secure a 16-13 victory in the European Challenge Cup semi-final.
Gray, who started Scotland's final RBS 6 Nations match against England at Twickenham, missed 10 minutes of the first half due to a blood replacement but was otherwise energetic in the loose for his side.
Former Scotland captain Tom Smith came on for the last 10 minutes and Stephen Myler's late drop goal to secure victory ensured the lap of honour for the Lions hero was a triumphant one as he was carried shoulder-high round the ground.
Northampton's Scotland contingent will now face Bourgoin or Worcester in three weekends' time for glory in the second tier of European competition.