SL Benfica defeated Chinaza Uchendu's Braga 4-2 at the Estadio 1º de Maio to qualify for the final of the Portuguese Women's Cup on Saturday.
The Nigerian striker had helped her side to a 2-1 first-leg lead in Lisbon, but Joao Marques' ladies overturned the deficit in Braga and advanced to the final.
Braga made a false start in the second leg of the semi-final as goals from Geyse Ferreira, Darlene and Yasmim Ribeiro gave the visitors a shock 3-0 lead after just eight minutes.
Then in the second half Benfica rubbed salt into the hosts' wounds, adding a fourth of the match.
Five minutes later, Laura Luis and Vanessa Marques scored to reduce their deficit but their efforts were not enough for them to escape defeat to an unfancied Marques' side.
The 4-2 second leg defeat at home means the Portuguese top-flight leaders are out of the competition, having crashed 5-4 on aggregate to the second division outfit.
For Benfica, they will face the winners of the contest between Albergaria and Valadares Gaia in the final of this year's Portuguese Women's Cup.