CSKA Moscow dominated Fenerbahce on the road (68-85) and became the first team to officially qualify for the EuroLeague Final Four.
The Muscovites took control from the second quarter onwards and a 6-35 run helped them take a 19-point lead (39-58) and seal the deal.
Will Clyburn was unstoppable for the winners, with 34 points and a performance index rating of 38. CSKA led by as many as 26 points in the contest (52-78) and cruised to the victory to sweep the series (3-0).
CSKA Moscow will play in the Final Four for a record-breaking ninth straight time.