Chester FC Youth booked themselves a cup final at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium after beating Curzon Ashton 6-2 in the North West Youth Alliance Open Cup semi-finals.
The Blues will face either Prescot Cables or Ashton Athletic on home soil on May 15 after coming from behind to claim an impressive victory at Tameside Stadium.
Doubles from Kevin Exell and Joe Savin along with strikes from Jacob Evans and Oliver Nugent fired Chester into a second final after reaching the North West Youth Alliance Premier Division Cup final a week earlier.
Youth team boss Calum McIntyre said: "Reaching this cup final was a real target for the boys, especially given that the final is at our ground.
"It will be the last game this particular set of boys play together and it will be really fitting that it’ll take place at the stadium. We didn’t start well and getting pulled off for the weather probably helped us.
"This bunch of players are a right special lot and their coaches are very, very proud of them.
"You have to mention Kevin Exell’s goals because he has taken a battering off us for not putting the ball in the net recently but he has scored four massive goals in this competition now.
"It was a terrific celebration and you sensed we would go on and win the game from that point. We’re set for two cup finals in May now and I hope we can get a real crowd in for this particular final.
"That said, we can now focus on our league fixtures knowing we’ve done our bit in the cup. It’s going to be some end to the season and these boys certainly deserve everything that may come their way."
Chester fell behind inside the opening 10 minutes with some disastrous defending from a corner allowed Curzon to take the lead.
If the Blues felt they had given the home side the goal, the favour was returned 15 minutes later. Nathan Brown picked up a loose pass, squaring the ball to Oliver Nugent who shifted possession on to Jacob Evans and he side-foooted into the net to level the scores.
With wind, rain and hail now hammering down, Chester's second goal at least attempted to brighten up the affair.
Matthew Waters was released down the left before edging the ball to Nugent who took one touch before firing the ball into the far corner of the net.
Despite the lead, the visitors were spending long spells defending. A string of Curzon set-pieces came to nothing before the hosts struck the bar moments before the referee forced both sides into the changing rooms to escape the lightning and conditions.
Following a 10 minute break, the visitors appeared to settled down with Evans having an effort blocked as the half ended 2-1.
Curzon equalised on 50 minutes when Joe Savin was penalised for a foul in the box and the spot kick was converted to level the game once more.
Chester were not to be deterred however and were soon back in front as Kevin Exell reacted first to the second ball, half volleying the ball beyond the keeper.
Exell doubled the advantage 10 minutes later as Evans was released down the left and drilled the ball across the face of goal for Exell to slide home.
Savin added a fifth when he nodded home from a corner before repeating the effort for Chester’s sixth, this time nodding Evans' cross in to complete the scoring.
The Blues are in action at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on Sunday against Prescot Cables. The match kicks off at 2.30pm and admission is free.