There is something magical about Les Herbiers meeting Paris Saint-Germain in the Coupe de France final.
For the third-tier outfit, May's showdown will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. For PSG, it's business as usual as they hunt a domestic treble having already secured the Ligue 1 title and the Coupe de la Ligue.
Caen thought they might make it difficult for them in Wednesday's semi-final, with Ismael Diomande cancelling out Kylian Mbappe's opener shortly before half-time.
Yet, with under 10 minutes to go, the teenager hit his second of the night before substitute Christopher Nkunku added a third to put the tie beyond doubt.
It was a particularly special milestone for the striker as he hit his 50th goal for club and country, all by the tender age of 19-years-old.
This was simply one of those occasions when the former Monaco prodigy proved he can do it all.
While he didn't feature in the title clincher against his former employers - not that they missed him, winning that one 7-1, he once again proved his uncanny ability to get himself in all sorts of good positions in and around the box, teaming up well with Edinson Cavani throughout.
However, arguably his standout moment came when he took two defenders out of proceedings all by himself.
A bit of brilliance from Mbappe
Very few players would have had the composure to think on their feet, and with such panache, as he looped the ball over the head of Caen left-back Vincent Bessat:
The easier option might have been to cut inside rather than forcing himself down the line, especially as there was at least one option in behind him.
Sadly, the dribble that followed didn't ultimately pay off as Mbappe ended up losing the ball, but nonetheless, full marks for imagination.
Football fans were absolutely loving it:
Unai Emery won't exactly have been bursting with pride at his side's latest performance and he must have been dreading the thought of extra-time before Mbappe popped up with the decisive goal, of which the VAR almost robbed him.
Neymar's lengthy injury lay-off has only served to heighten his appeal as PSG's poster boy and he virtually single-handedly steered them to the final.