Brentford have secured promotion to the top-flight of English football for the first time in 74 years after a 2-0 victory over Swansea City in the Championship playoff final booked them a lucrative spot in the Premier League.
The Bees lost at the same stage last season to London rivals Fulham but were in no mood to be denied on Saturday as they scored twice in the opening 20 minutes at Wembley Stadium against their Welsh rivals.
Ivan Toney's 10th-minute penalty, his 33rd goal of an amazing campaign, opened the scoring and Brentford's lead was doubled by Emiliano Marcondes just under 10 minutes later.
Swansea were much improved in the second half, but Jay Fulton's red card effectively sealed victory for Brentford as they clinched a first promotion to the top-flight in the Premier League era.
It ended a 74-year absence from England's top division, after the Bees had been relegated way back in 1947 and had never managed to fight their way back.
Toney had scored all 10 of his previous penalties this season and never looked likely to err after goalkeeper Freddie Woodman felled Bryan Mbeumo when he was played in by Sergi Canos' superb reverse pass.
He duly made it 11 from 11 by calmly slotting beyond former Newcastle United teammate Woodman and into the bottom-left corner, with Toney's record from the spot the best of any player in England's top four tiers in all competitions.
Brentford were soon almost out of sight as Toney cracked a spectacular volley against the underside of the crossbar, with Woodman grateful to see the ball bounce on the line and out.
When Fulton was shown a straight red card for a reckless challenge on Mathias Jensen, it effectively gave Brentford fans cause to start the celebrations early on a landmark day for the club.
Brentford, who will join Championship winners Norwich and runners-up Watford in the top-flight, are going to be the 50th different club to grace the Premier League since its inception in 1992.
Their 86 years between promotions to the top-flight is the second-longest gap behind Bradford City, who ended a wait of 91 years in 1999.