The Teessiders were 2-1 up heading into the second leg, a late goal from Fernando Amorebieta at Griffin Park gaining the upper hand.

And Boro got off to the perfect start at the Riverside, increasing our advantage over the Bees when Lee Tomlin’s curling effort from outside the box beat keeper David Button.

Lee Tomlin celebrates with Jelle Vossen after giving Boro the lead at the Riverside

Kike stretched Boro’s aggregate lead to 4-1 with ten minutes played in the second half after great work from Jelle Vossen.

Kike's goal made it 4-1 on aggregate against the Bees

Our trip to the nation’s capital for the Play-Off final was confirmed 12 minutes from time when Albert Adomah finished off a neat one-two with fellow goal scorer Tomlin.

Albert Adomah secured a Wembley place for Boro

Watch extended highlights from that 3-0 triumph over Brentford in 2015 in the video above.