Oxford United and York City will go head to head at Wembley for the final place in the Football League.
The two sides will meet on Sunday May 16th after they won through their Blue Square Premier Play-Off semi-finals.
Oxford United, who led the league in the early part of the season, went in to their second leg match with Rushden & Diamonds level at 1-1 but goals from Matthew Green and James Constable secured a 3-1 aggregate win at the Kassam Stadium.
In the other semi-final York City beat Luton Town 1-0 at Kenilworth Road, matching the score from the first leg. Chris Carruthers scored the only goal of the game, which was marred by violence after the final whistle.
Oxford finished third in the table, while York secured fifth place eight points behind the U's but none of that will matter when they meet in the one off game, to join Stevenage Borough in League 2.