CSKA Moscow Friday evening advanced to the EuroLeague Final Four after beating Khimki Moscow 89-88 to win the series 3-1.
The match at Khimki Moscow's Arena Mytishchi saw CSKA Moscow leading by 13 points at the half, but Khimki made a comeback in the fourth quarter.
Down by one, Corey Higgins scored with 5 seconds to go to put CSKA Moscow up by one point.
Khimki Moscow could not hit a game winner.
In the other match of the evening, Real Madrid defeated Panathinaikos 89-82 to win the series 3-1.
On Thursday, Fenerbahce Dogus and Zalgiris Kaunas eliminated their opponents and also booked their tickets for the Final Four.
The Final Four will be played between May 18-20 in Serbia's capital Belgrade.