Democratic Republic of Congo have qualified for the final of the 2016 Africa Nations Championship after defeating Guinea 5-4 on penalty shootout in Wednesday's semi-final.
After 90 minutes of goalless football, the game went into extra-time.
In the 101 minutes of extra-time, Jonathan Bolingi put DR Congo ahead.
But with seconds remaining, Ibrahima Sankhon struck to send the game into the lottery of penalties.
And in sudden death, Matampi saved Youla's kick, to send DR Congo into the final.
The second semi-final which come up tomorrow Thursday will see Cote d'ivoire square off against Mali.