World Champions, Germany and Chile will meet in Saint Petersburg on Sunday for the Confederations Cup title.
Neither team has ever appeared in a final in this competition, but the 2 teams played a 1-1 draw last week before both advanced to the semifinals.
Germany, the youngest team in Russia this summer, dismantled Mexico 4-1 on Thursday to advance.
Chile, the oldest average team of the 8 competing nations, outlasted Portugal on penalties to reach the final.
Over the last few years, both Chile and Germany have excelled on their respective hemispheres.
Chile are 2-time defending Copa America champions, having knocked off Argentina both times to lift the trophy.
Germany is riding a 14-game unbeaten streak into the final, and is building momentum for a World Cup title defense next summer.
Portugal take on Mexico in the 3rd place play same day.