Ghana's Black Queens recorded a double over Burkina Faso to reach the final qualifying round of the 2014 African Womenâ€™s Championship.
Yussif Bassigi's side romped to another 3-0 win at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday to wrap up 6-0 on aggregate.
Fiasa Ibrahim, who netted a double in the first leg win in Ouagadougou, opened the scoring with a fine finish on 22 minutes.
The striker chested down Hillia Kobbnaâ€™s cross from the right and rifled one into the roof.
Four minutes later, Ghana were awarded a spot-kick and Agnes Aduako made no mistake to slot home the second goal.
Portia Boakyeâ€™s effort was handled inside the box and Aduako expertly beat Burkina Faso goalkeeper Ami Sanbu.
Aduako grabbed a personal second in the 73rdÂ minute when she tapped in Samira Suleimanâ€™s cross.
Ghana will face Ethiopia in the next qualifier for a slot in the finals to be hosted by Namibia in October.