Cameroon join Ghana, Senegal, Morocco and Tunisia are heading to Qatar later this year.
That result means Africa’s five qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup have been decided.
It was a breathless few hours with five ties reaching their climax.
From Sadio Mane’s decisive penalty to Karl Toko Ekambi’s late winner for Cameroon, the second legs of the play-offs did not disappoint.
However, Egypt and Nigeria will be among the continental heavyweights to be missing out on a spot in Qatar.
Next up is Friday’s group-stage draw, where we will find out who the African sides will be facing come November.
An incredible end to extra-time sees Cameroon through on the away goals rule.
Karl Toko Ekambi’s goal eliminates Algeria, who suffer their first ever defeat in Blida.