The Scottish champions qualify against the odds.
Celtic secured Champions League football once again after winning their second qualifying leg 3-0 to knock out Shakhtar Karagandy.
The Kazakhstan side took a 2-0 lead from the first match, but the Scots took the advantage on half-time through former Nottingham Forest and Derby County midfielder Kris Commons.
Georgios Samaras then leveled the tie on aggregate just after the break, before James Forrest sent Celtic Park into raptures with a last minute winner.
The great work by ex-Sunderland man Anthony Stokes and the finish by Forrest was too much for passionate manager Neil Lennon, who ran down the touchline to celebrate with the players.