Argentina forward, Lionel Messi scored twice and set up two more as Barcelona reached the Champions League quarter-finals for a record 12th consecutive year with a last-16 win over Lyon.
Treble-chasing Barca, who drew 0-0 in the first leg, led when Messi chipped home a penalty.
Philippe Coutinho tapped into an empty net from Luis Suarez’s unselfish pass before Lucas Tousart’s volley gave Lyon hope.
Messi clinched the game with a run and finish before assisting late strikes from Gerard Pique and Ousmane Dembele.
Barcelona will discover their quarter-final and potential semi-final opponents on Friday at 11:00 GMT.
Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Juventus, Ajax and Porto are their potential rivals.
The night after his old rival Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick to help Juventus knock out Atletico Madrid, captain Messi put in a sensational performance of his own as Barca joined the last eight.
He was sublime right from the start as he had a shot saved in the fourth minute after a good Barca move.
He opened the scoring with a cheeky Panenka-style penalty after Jason Denayer clipped Suarez in the box.
Barca looked in control when their two former Liverpool players linked up for a second goal, Coutinho – who was booed by his own fans in Saturday’s win over Rayo Vallecano – tapping home from Suarez’s pass.
At that stage the La Liga leaders looked in control, but Tousart gave them a fright when he volleyed home after Sergio Busquets’ poor headed clearance.
But Messi stepped up when his team needed him, running 30 yards and stepping inside two defenders – including sending Marcelo to the ground – before firing past substitute keeper Mathieu Gorgelin, who should have done better.