The United States won Group A in CONCACAF's World Cup qualifying semifinals after cruising to a 3-1 victory over Guatemala Tuesday night in Kansas City, Kan.
The Americans, who appeared to be wobbling after a shocking loss to Jamaica last month, finished the round with 13 points after winning four games, drawing once and losing once.
The U.S. win over Guatemala, along with Jamaica's 4-1 victory over Antigua & Barbuda, eliminated Guatemala from World Cup contention. The Reggae Boyz join the Americans in the Hexagonal stage.
Meanwhile, Mexico defeated El Salvador 2-0 to finish Group B with six wins from six matches, while Costa Rica grabbed the final spot from the group with a 7-0 pasting of Guyana.
In Group C, Canada slumped to a devastating 8-1 loss at Honduras, and Panama drew Cuba 1-1 to send the two Central American countries on to the Hex.
After today's results, the Hexagonal is set: Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras and Panama join the U.S. and Jamaica in the final round of qualifying, which begins next year.
Take a look at the final group standings