London: Leandro Damiao scored two second-half goals to help Brazil defeat South Korea 3-0 and reach their first Olympic men's final in 24 years.
Defensive midfielder Romulo put Brazil ahead in the 38th minute and Damiao added his goals in the 57th and 64th to leave the South Americans one match away from winning their first gold in football.
The Brazilians will face Mexico, which earlier Tuesday defeated Japan 3-1 at Wembley in the other semifinal.
The Brazilians reached their first Olympic final in 24 years thanks to two goals from Damiao and one from Romulo.
Brazil was the bronze-medalist in 2008 in Beijing but hadn't reached the Olympic final since the 1988 Seoul Games, when a team led by Romario and Bebeto finished with the silver.