Ajax 0-1 Arsenal (2-3 on aggregate)
Arsenal booked their spot in the group stages of the Women's Champions League with a 1-0 win at Ajax.
Katie McCabe was stationed on the right wing for the Gunners who had to dig deep in a tough encounter.
The tie was finely poised after last week's 2-2 draw in London, but Vivianne Miedema gave Arsenal victory in Amsterdam, sealing a 3-2 aggregate victory.
The Women's Super League side put in an accomplished display in stormy conditions in the Dutch capital and could have led in the opening 20 minutes but Stina Blackstenius shot straight at the Ajax goalkeeper.
Miedema showed her class and settled any nerves six minutes into the second half as she struck home in style, finding the corner from 20 yards after a dynamic drive towards goal.
The Dutchwoman could have added a second soon after but her shot was well saved by Lize Kop.
The Gunners had a scare in the final 20 minutes when Tiny Hoekstra stabbed wide from close range after good work by Nadine Noordam.
But Jonas Eidevall's side survived and put their name in the hat for Monday's group stage draw.
Elsewhere Rangers saw their hopes of reaching the group stage ended with a 2-1 defeat in extra-time to Benfica after teenage substitute Emma Watson had scored a dramatic late goal.
Benfica, defending a 3-2 lead from the first leg at Ibrox, had dominated, but failed to convert numerous chances as Rangers keeper Victoria Esson produced a string of fine saves.
With just three minutes left, 16-year-old Watson slotted in from a corner to send the tie into extra-time.
Cloe Lacasse equalised on the night early on before Lucia Alves was sent off for a second caution and Jessica Silva wrapped things up with another goal for the hosts on the break as Benfica progressed 5-3 on aggregate.