Albion progressed into the Second Division play-off final in dramatic fashion as Scott Chaplain's superb 90th-minute overhead kick downed Elgin.
Trailing 1-0 to the Third Division side from the first leg, Albion levelled the tie shortly after the hour mark through John Gemmell. And Chaplain stepped up at the close to seal a 2-1 aggregate victory and set up a final showdown with Stranraer.
An exciting opening saw both sides threaten in the first quarter before Gemmell went closest for Albion in the 38th minute, forcing a brilliant parried save from Alexander Clark.
But Gemmell did find the net after the break, volleying home from six yards to level matters.
Chris Boyle then tested Clark before Paul Millar shot wide and Mark Nicolson headed off target at the other end.
Albion keeper Derek Gaston made a decisive stop to keep out Stuart Leslie in the 86th minute, and it was left for Chaplain to settle matters in acrobatic style from 18 yards from Gemmell's header.
People who read this story also read
- Fans threaten SPL boycott if Rangers newco is given free pass into league
- Elgin City manager full of anticipation ahead of play-off first leg
- Queen's Park 0-2 Stranraer: Keith Knox's side book spot in the final
- SFL confirm dates for Division One and Division Two playoffs
- Live Scottish football goal updates: Saturday, May 12