Charlton are no strangers to a 4-4 draw and penalty shootout in the play-offs. And they certainly don't mind them when they end in unforgettable wins like this.
Twenty one years after their famous First Division play-off final against Sunderland had that exact ending, Charlton's play-off semi-final against Doncaster on Friday night finished the same way too.
And in another case of history repeating itself the Addicks will now return to Wembley for the first time since 1998 and face the Black Cats in the final again, this time for a place in the Championship.
Phillips, Dijksteel, Bauer, Sarr, Purrington, Cullen, Bielik (Solly 110), Morgan (Pratley 46), Aribo, Parker (Williams 95), Taylor;
Subs not used:
Pearce, Forster-Caskey, Maxwell, Lapslie
Bielik (2), Pratley (101)
Marosi, Blair (May 86), Downing, Butler, Andrew, Kane (Crawford 80), Rowe, Whiteman, Coppinger (Sadlier 96), Marquis, Wilks (Wright 106);
Subs not used:
Lawlor, Anderson, Beestin
Rowe (11), Butler (88), Marquis (100)
Downing, Whiteman, Butler
Tommy Rowe was the fall guy for Doncaster at the end of a rollercoaster, nerve-shredding night, missing the decisive spot-kick to spark jubilant scenes of celebration at The Valley.
It has been a while since Charlton, who have suffered so much during the club's demise under unpopular owner Roland Duchatelet, have been able to enjoy a night as big as this.
In front of a sell-out crowd of 25,428, their biggest since 2012, Lee Bowyer's side produced a result to match the occasion.
Bowyer said: 'The final will be a very emotional day. There's been a lot of negativity thrown around here but I wanted to rebuild this club. Going to Wembley is definitely positive.'
Charlton led 2-1 from the first leg and got a dream start when Krystian Bielek extended their aggregate lead inside the first two minutes.
But Rowe's first-half equaliser and Andrew Butler's 88th minute header forced extra time. When John Marquis put Doncaster 3-1 up 10 minutes into extra time Doncaster were heading for Wembley.
However, Darren Pratley toe-poked in a minute later to take the tie to penalties and Rowe fluffed his lines, after Marquis and Charlton's Naby Sarr saw their efforts saved, when the Rovers captain had the chance to take the shootout into sudden death.
Doncaster manager Grant McCann said: 'I've got a disappointed dressing room and staff but they should be extremely proud.
'They've not been beaten at home since October and we played them off the park and took them all the way. I could not be more proud of my players.'