Edinburgh shocked French side Toulouse to become the first Scottish side to reach the last four of the Heineken Cup.
Michael Bradley’s men produced an assured performance from the start, scoring after just two minutes through Mike Blair with Greig Laidlaw kicking the conversion.
A crowd of 37,881 watched on as the visitors hit back through two penalties from Lionel Beauxis.
The main threat to Edinburgh came when two of their players were sent to the sin-bin.
Firstly Allan Jacobsen blocked a Toulouse winger while Ross Rennie followed him moments later.
Beauxis kicked another penalty and it got worse as Matanavou went over the line for the French side.
Laidlaw’s penalty made it 10-14 in favour of Toulouse at the interval but the tables were to turn once more.
Toulousehooker William Servat was next to be reprimanded by the referee and Laidlaw was on hand once more to take advantage (16-14).
Edinburghwere taking the game to Toulouse and their pressure paid off when Scotland international Laidlaw kicked a last-minute penalty to seal victory.