Britain defeated reigning champions Turkey to reach a fourth successive final at the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation Men's European Championship Division A event in Wałbrzych.
Both sides had already qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games by reaching the last four in Poland.
Britain led 45-43 at half-time in a fiercely-contested battle with their Turkish opponents at Aqua Zdrój sports venue.
After the break, the 2017 runners-up controlled the play to forge an advantage which they never relinquished as they claimed a 94-81 victory to progress to the final.
The last three European Championship finals had been contested by Britain and Turkey.
Great Britain 🇬🇧 are the first FINAL-ists of the 2019 Men’s European Championship knocking out reigning champions Turkey 🇹🇷, 94-81.— IWBF (@_IWBF) September 7, 2019
An outstanding performance by Terry Bywater coming off the bench and hitting a huge 34 pts!#ecma2019 #wheelchairbasketball pic.twitter.com/asPWiLXSjW
Terry Bywater top-scored for Britain with 34 points.
Britain will meet Spain in tomorrow's final after they defeated Germany.
Jordi Ruiz Jordan contributed 26 points for the Spanish in a 70-60 triumph.
Germany, bronze medallist at the last two European Championships, will take on Turkey in the bronze medal match.