Lionel Messi scored twice and set up two more as Barcelona reached the Champions League quarter-finals for a record 12th consecutive year with a last-16 win over Lyon.
Treble-chasing Barca, who drew 0-0 in the first leg, led when Messi chipped home a penalty.
Philippe Coutinho tapped into an empty net from Luis Suarez‘s unselfish pass before Lucas Tousart‘s volley gave Lyon hope.
Messi clinched the game with a run and finish before assisting late strikes from Gerard Pique and Ousmane Dembele.
Messi now has 108 goals in the Champions League and his latest double takes his team one step closer to the trophy they crave the most.
They go into Friday’s draw for the last eight as the sole Spanish representative, along with Juventus, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Porto and Ajax.
The last time Spain only had one team left at this stage of the competition was 2010 and after Atletico Madrid’s exit to Juventus on Tuesday, Barca needed to win to avoid the first Spanish black-out in the quarterfinals since 2005.