Manchester City reached the Carabao Cup final after completing a 10-0 aggregate win over League One Burton in their semi-final.
Sergio Aguero scored the only goal of the night from Riyad Mahrez’s pass after good play from Kevin de Bruyne.
EFL Cup holders City will face either Chelsea or Tottenham in the Wembley final on Sunday, 24 February.
Aguero, who missed a simple chance to make it 2-0 in the second half, has scored in five of his past six League Cup semi-final appearances.
Following the win Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said: "It went well. The pitch was so dangerous and slippery, but we had a good game. We missed the last pass and the finishing a little bit, but it was good.
"The game was completely different from the first leg because we started with a 9-0 lead, but I didn't see a lack of desire or playing like we believed we were something we are not.
"We will try to win this competition, but the important thing is being there for a second year in succession. We take the Carabao Cup seriously and have done in all the games we played. We are in another final and now we're going to try to prepare well to try to win."
City break their own record - match stats
- Manchester City have reached consecutive League Cup finals for the first time. Manchester United were the last team to both reach and win consecutive finals in the competition in 2008-09 and 2009-10.
- It is the biggest semi-final aggregate win in League Cup history - overtaking their 9-0 aggregate win against West Ham in 2014.
- Since Liverpool's Roberto Firmino scored against them on 3 January, City have gone 476 minutes without conceding, while claiming 24 in reply.
- City have conceded just one goal in the League Cup so far - Leicester's Marc Albrighton scoring an equaliser in the quarter-finals.
- City have kept five successive clean sheets for just the second time under Pep Guardiola - also doing so November 2018.
- Mahrez was directly involved in four of Man City's 10 goals against Burton - one goal and two assists in the first leg and an assist in the second leg.