Kenyan champions Gor Mahia made it to the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup on Wednesday night despite losing 1-2 to South Africa's side SuperSport United.
K'Ogallo proceed on away goal rule after winning 1-0 in the first leg in Nairobi and losing 2-1 in the return match in Pretoria.
The club be entitled to a Sh27 million cash reward from CAF to reaching the group stage of the competition
The last time a Kenyan club made it to the money league of the Caf Club competitions was in 1994, when Tusker, then named Kenya Breweries, lost in the final of the same competition to DC Motema Pembe.
Gor Mahia made it to the quarters two years earlier.
All other outings by Kenyan clubs in the continental scene have ended in frustration.