Democratic Republic of Congo beat Cameroon and Mozambique beat Angola to qualify for the African Nations Championship.
DR Congo beat Cameroon 2-1 on aggregate to book their place in the tournament for locally-based players.
Ebunga Nsimbi put DR Congo ahead after 20 minutes of the second leg on Friday, doubling DR Congo's aggregate lead following their 1-0 win in Cameroon last week.
And although Cameroon pulled a goal back through Ebah Tobie, DR Congo held on for a 1-1 draw in Lubumbashi to progress to next year's finals.
Mozambique and Angloa went into their second leg with the tie in the balance at 0-0.
Angola took the lead in Benguela through Guedes after 11 minutes but the the Mambas struck back on the half-hour mark through Diogo and it proved to be the all-important away goal that put Mozambique through after a 1-1 aggregate draw,
The 2014 CHAN tournament, which will be held in south Africa, will kick off on 11 January with the final on 1 February.