Stormers 21-60 Chiefs, DHL Newlands
The Chiefs ran an eight-try riot against the Stormers to register a massive 21-60 win at the Newlands Stadium in Cape Town to secure a 2016 Super Rugby semi-final spot on Saturday.
Three closing tries came in a span of mere five minutes in the concluding stages of the game for the Chiefs.
Winger Sam McNicol (13), scrum-half Brad Weber (16), number eight Tom Sanders (23), wing James Lowe (33), fullback Damian McKenzie (45), replacement hooker Hika Elliot (75), replacement flanker Tevita Koloamatangi (78) and replacement scrum-half Tawera Kerr-Barlow (80) crossed over the try line for the visitors.
McKenzie in addition to the try, scored seven conversions and two penalties to take his overall tally for the game to 25 points.
In reply, the home side managed to score just three tries. Prop Vincent Koch (10, 38) scored a double, while replacement scrum-half Nizaam Carr (71) scored the final Stormers try.
Fly-half Robert du Preez converted two tries, whereas replacement Brandon Thomson made the final conversion.
The Chiefs will travel down to Wellington next weekend to face the Hurricanes in the semi-final clash.