Stockholm - Martin Harnik scored twice as Austria qualified for the finals of the European Championship for the first time by thrashing Sweden 4-1 on Tuesday.
The win gave Austria 22 points from eight matches and guaranteed them first place in Group G.
Harnik netted a goal in each half, David Alaba chipped in a first-half penalty and Marc Janko also got on the scoresheet before Zlatan Ibrahimovic grabbed a late consolation for Sweden.
Waving flags and sporting T-shirts saying 'France, we're coming', the Austrian players ran to celebrate with the thousands of travelling fans, shaking hands and singing long after the final whistle.
Sweden's best first-half chances came through two free kicks from Ibrahimovic while Marcus Berg went close for the home team in the second period.
Robert Almer also had to make a double save from Berg and Emil Forsberg late on before Ibrahimovic finally broke through.
Sweden, however, were sunk by Austria's dangerous breaks as the visitors went forward at pace throughout, often throwing five or six players into counter attacks.
Austria meet Montenegro and Liechtenstein in their final two qualifying games.