Kylian Mbappe and Radamel Falcao struck early as Monaco reached the Champions League semi-finals with a 3-1 home win over Borussia Dortmund in an enthralling game that sealed a 6-3 aggregate victory.
French prodigy Mbappe and Colombia striker Falcao scored in the third and 17th minutes before Marco Reus gave the visitors hope with a 48th-minute goal, only for substitute Valere Germain to wrap up the win for the French side nine minutes from time.
Monaco joined Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Juventus in the last four of Europe's premier club competition, becoming the first French team to achieve the feat since Olympique Lyonnais in 2010.
"We're happy to be in the semi-finals, it's important for French football," Falcao said.
Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel was philosophical after a difficult tie from the moment his team's bus was attacked before the first leg last week.
"Over both games we have the feeling that everything that could go wrong went wrong," he said.
The kickoff was delayed by five minutes after the German team arrived late at the Louis-II stadium due to traffic problems.
The incident occurred a week after the first leg was postponed by 24 hours after the Borussia team bus was attacked with explosives on its way to the stadium.
Monaco made a fast start.
Benjamin Mendy's fierce 25-metre strike was parried by Roman Burki into the path of Mbappe, who coolly slotted home to put the hosts ahead.
Monaco doubled their tally three minutes later as Falcao perfectly timed his header to beat Burki from Thomas Lemar's cross from the left.
That left Dortmund with three goals to score to force extra time and Tuchel replaced midfielder Erik Durm with forward Ousmane Dembele.
The German side looked transformed after the break and they were quickly rewarded as Reus reduced the arrears when he volleyed home from Dembele's cross after a dazzling run by the Frenchman.
Monaco, however, had a golden chance to wrap up their qualification shortly after the hour but Falcao's chip went over the bar.
Germain replaced Mbappe and had an immediate impact as he latched on to Lemar's cross to score seconds after coming on.
Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim promised his team would stay true to their offensive style in the semi-finals.
"Our rivals will want to draw us (on Friday) but our ambition is to enjoy it and play with our attacking qualities like we always do." he said.
"Tonight we played a very solid game, we were in control but we showed ambition. We were always looking for the extra goal, that is the way we play, it is in our DNA."