Solihull Moors emphatically booked a place in the National League promotion final at Wembley thanks to a 4-0 thrashing of Barnet.

James Clarke headed Andy Whing’s side into a sixth-minute lead at the Hive before Jack Stevens’ low drive doubled the advantage 20 minutes later.

Barnet finished 10 points above Moors during the league campaign, but any hope of a fightback was extinguished just past the hour mark when striker Tahvon Campbell finished a loose ball in the box.

Joe Sbarra prodded home a minute from time to completed the scoring, with Solihull through to face either Bromley or Altrincham, who meet on Sunday, on May 5 for a place in League Two.

The Moors have never previously played at Wembley but had already booked a trip in the FA Trophy – and now face the prospect of playing there on successive Saturdays in May

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