By FOX Sports staff
With Darul Takzim holding a 1-0 lead from the first leg courtesy of a Leonel Nunez strike, both sides were initially meant to face off on Tuesday but that game was called off due to crowd trouble.
The Football Association of Malaysian then announced the second leg would be played on Saturday at the neutral venue of the Bukit Jalil National Stadium, and although that meant Pahang lost home advantage, they did not let it affect them as they took the lead after just two minutes when Matias Conti opened the scoring.
Five minutes before halftime, Conti netted his second of the game to put Pahang ahead on aggregate but in the 48th minute, Andrezinho scored a valuable away goal for Harimau Selatan, which ultimately proved enough to send them through to the final.
They will now meet defending champions Kelantan, who booked their spot in the final with a thrilling 6-5 aggregate win over East Coast rivals Terengganu, at the Shah Alam Stadium on June 29.
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