Defending champions Spain are through to the 2012 Davis Cup final after a 3-1 defeat of the United States.
Spanish world No. 5 David Ferrer beat John Isner 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 6-4 6-2 in Sunday's decisive singles match in Gijon, after brothers Bob and Mike Bryan had kept U.S. hopes alive with victory in Saturday's doubles match.
Spain, who will appear in the final for the sixth time in the last 10 years, are bidding for a sixth Davis Cup triumph.
The win extends Ferrer's perfect record in clay-court Davis Cup singles rubbers. The 30-year-old has won all 16 of his matches on the surface.
"I'm very happy, this is a dream for me," Ferrer told the tournament's official website. "Another Davis Cup final, we won here at home in Gijon.
"I won the last match against John Isner, who is a very good player, and this tie was never easy.
"The atmosphere was unbelievable. They supported me all the time in the match. I want to enjoy this moment, I'm really happy."
Injury has deprived Spain of 11-time grand slam winner Rafael Nadal, who is struggling with a knee problem.
Spain could be set for a rematch of last year's final, with 2011 runners-up Argentina contesting the other semifinal against the Czech Republic.
The Czech Republic hold a 2-1 lead heading into Sunday's final matches, with Czech No. 1 Tomas Berdych facing Carlos Berlocq -- who was drafted in as a replacement for Argentina's 2009 U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro.