FC Utrecht will play in next year's Europa League after they completed a thumping second-leg victory over 10-man Roda JC in their play-off at Nieuw Golgewaard.
Ton du Chatinier's side already held a 2-0 advantage from the first leg on Thursday and two goals from both Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Jacob Mulenga ensured a comfortable afternoon.
Mads Junker struck a first-half equaliser to give Roda brief hope, but that was extinguished along with Davy de Fauw's expulsion four minutes after half-time.
Utrecht took just two minutes to further extend the advantage from the first leg when Van Wolfswinkel scuffed in his first of the day. His strike partner Mulenga provided the cross and while Van Wolfswinkel did not strike his shot cleanly it still managed to evade Roda goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton and roll into the net.
Roda faced an uphill task needing three goals to have any hope of booking a European place, but pulled one back in the 21st minute. Boldiszar Bodar sent a left-wing cross into the area where an unmarked Junker was on hand to float his header over Michel Vorm.
Roda almost grabbed a second on the half hour when Jan Paul Saeijs fired narrowly wide from long range but they had to be content to go into the break at 1-1.
It took four minutes after the re-start for any lingering belief to be taken away. Van Wolfswinkel scored his second with a powerful 47th-minute header after Barry Maguire's pinpoint cross and then two minutes later De Fauw was sent off for a studs-up challenge on Dries Mertens.
The game was up for Roda although their afternoon got worse with Tyton completely missing a Mertens cross on the hour to allow Mulenga to head in from close range.
Mertens was provider again after 71 minutes when he teed up Mulenga who lobbed the goalkeeper from 20 yards to sew up an impressive display.