Pawan Negi picked 5/22 and Suresh Raina scored 109* as Chennai Super Kings defeated Kolkata Knight Riders by eight wickets and wins CLT20 2014.
Dwayne Bravo's 67 guided Chennai Super Kings to a thumping 65-run win against Kings XI Punjab in the second semifinal at Hyderabad.
Kolkata Knight Riders were not made to too sweat much as they brushed aside an uninspired Hobart Hurricanes to reach their first Champions League Twenty20 final.
Tridents signed off from the Champions League T20 with their first and only win of the competition, with James Franklin putting it past his compatriots from the Northern Knights with his batting heroics on Tuesday.
Mitchell Marsh scored a fine half-century and an unbeaten 68 runs partnership with Brad Hogg for 8th wickets to help Perth chase down 125 with one over to spare. The victory ended knocked out Lahore Lions.
Kolkata Knight Riders clung on to a 36-runs victory over Dolphins, led by Sunil Narine's three wickets and Robin Uthappa and Manish Pandey to stretch Kolkata Knight Riders Streak to 13.
Kings XI Punjab remained the team to beat following their easy seven-wicket win over Cape Cobras in their last Group B encounter at Mohali on Sunday.
Hobart Hurricanes beat Barbados Tridents by six wickets and reached in semi-final. Xavier Doherty picked up a brilliant 4-wicket.
Former Pakistan T20I captain Mohammad Hafeez and Dolphins bowler Prenelan Subrayen were reported by the umpires for suspect bowling actions in the ongoing Oppo Champions League T20 on Saturday.
Chennai remained in the hunt for the semifinals after successfully defending 155 against Perth in their last Group A CLT20 match at Bangalore's Chinnaswamy Stadium on Saturday.