Belgium produced an incredible comeback from 2-0 down with 18 minutes to go to beat Germany. Spain reached the final of the men's EuroHockey Championships for the first time since 2007.
Belgium went closest in the first quarter with Tom Boon ripping a drag-flick against the post. Thomas Briels flipped the ball past Victor Aly but Mathias Muller got back to save off the line a minute later.
But Germany were not lying down and they went in front when Mats Grambusch's shot was plucked from underneath Vincent Vanasch's pads and into the path of Christopher Ruhr who smashed into the goal.
Ruhr then created the second for a 2-0 lead, racing around the baseline and then working the ball to Florian Fuchs who gobbled up the chance.
Belgium were always creating corner opportunities, however, and they eventually made one stick via Boon who pulled the ball through Aly's legs in the 42nd minute.
It came in a crazy minute of action. Germany had been awarded a penalty stroke but it was annulled on video review with goalkeeper Vanasch - who made several great saves - spotting the corner that led to the stroke was stopped by a hand.
At 2-1 in the final quarter, Arthur van Doren got low to make an exceptional block and Vanasch tapped away a Lukas Windfeder drag as the crowd got louder and louder.
They were level with six minutes to go when de Kerpel was the calmest man in the house when he clipped home a penalty corner rebound at the back post after Aly's save was never fully cleared; 2-2 with six minutes to go.
Wegnez then put Belgium in front in spectacular fashion, scoring a cracking reverse-stick shot in the 56th minute that sent the whole stadium wild,
And the comeback was complete soon after. A monster overhead out of defence from van Doren made its way all the way to Cedric Charlier in behind the last defender and once he controlled the ball, he had the simplest of tasks to roll home.
Goals: 21' Christopher Ruhr (FG) 0-1, 26' Florian Fuchs (FG) 0-2, 42' Tom Boon (PC) 1-2, 54' Nicolas de Kerpel (PC) 2-2, 56' Victor Wegnez (FG) 3-2, 58' Cedric Charlier (FG) 4-2
NETHERLANDS - SPAIN 3-4
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Spain reached the final of the men's EuroHockey Championships for the first time since 2007 as they produced a remarkable display to beat the reigning champions, ending their hopes of three in-a-row.
Three penalty corner goals - two from Pau Quemada, one from Josep Romeu - along with a Ricard Sanchez strike had them soaring to victory and three late Dutch goals could not ruin the party.
Goals: 2' Pau Quemada (PC) 0-1, 19' Pau Quemada (PC) 0-2, 34' Josep Romeu (PC) 0-3, 50' Ricardo Sanchez (FG) 0-4, 53' Billy Bakker (FG) 1-4, 58' Jip Janssen (PC) 2-4, 58' Jip Janssen (PC) 3-4.