BATE Borisov sealed their place in the knockout stages of a European competition for the first time with a 3-1 home win over FC Sheriff.
Two goals in six second-half minutes from Alexander Pavlov and Renan Bressan sealed the Belarus champions' place in the last-32 as they remained unbeaten in Europa League Group E.
BATE had seen Vitaly Rodionov's 15th-minute strike cancelled out by Alexander Erokhin before half-time, but they stormed back to seal their history progress.
Viktor Goncharenko's side, unbeaten with 10 points from four games, could also ensure they top the group if they beat second-placed Dynamo Kiev at home in their next fixture.
For Sheriff qualification to the next phase is still possible, although they trail Dynamo by four points with two games to play.
The hosts scored an early goal for the third game running in this year's competition when Rodionov netted with 15 minutes played.
Dmitri Baga slid his pass from the right flank to the centre of the area for the Belarus striker to direct a low effort into the bottom-right corner.
In doing so Rodinov became the first BATE player to score twice in the competition, with all seven of their previous goals in the group stage coming from different players.
BATE failed to make their early advantage count though as the Moldovan champions went close through Vazha Tarkhnishvili before Erokhin headed an equaliser after 32 minutes.
Ognjen Vranjes swung a cross in from the right which Erokhin met with a fantastic header that flew into the top-left corner and left goalkeeper Sergey Veremko no chance of making a save.
After half-time young BATE midfielder Edgar Olekhnovich mis-hit an optimistic long-range attempt wide, although it was the closest either side came in a featureless 20 minutes after the re-start.
BATE finally sprung to life, however, with two goals in six minutes.
Pavlov fired his side ahead on 68 minutes when he found enough space in the left-hand side of the area to squeeze in a shot from 12 yards.
The game, and BATE's progress, was then sealed by a spectacular 25-yard free-kick from Brazilian midfielder Bressan that flew past Stoyanov and into the top-right corner.