Aberdeen are through to the second qualifying round of the Europa League after a 0-0 draw with Shkendija at Pittodrie on Thursday night.
That result was enough to see Derek McInnes's side progress on away goals following a 1-1 draw in Macedonia last week. The Dons now meet Rijeka of Croatia on July 16 & 23.
There was disappointment for St Johnstone, who lost out on the away goals rule to Alashkert despite a 2-1 win at McDiarmid Park.
Michael O'Halloran's first half-goal cancelled out last week's 1-0 reverse in Armenia but Norayr Gyozalyan levelled with 17 minutes left.
Substitute Brad McKay struck late on but the visitors, who had been reduced to 10 men after 65 minutes, held firm and now play Kairat Almaty of Kazakhstan.