Burkina Faso scored twice in the closing stages to beat Tunisia 2-0 Saturday and become the first team to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals.
Substitute Aristide Bance scored with a low drive from a free kick after 81 minutes as the match seemed destined for extra-time.
Prejuce Nakoulma doubled the lead three minutes later in Libreville with a breakaway goal to clinch a semi-final duel against Egypt or Morocco next Wednesday.
Burkina Faso last reached this stage in 2013 when they finished as losing finalists.
Tunisia’s defeat means they have lost their past five Nations Cup quarter-finals, while Burkina’s Stallions remain in the hunt for a first title.