King's Lynn Town 4
Norwich City Under-23s 1
King's Lynn Town manager Simon Clark watched his side book their place in Sunday's Challenge Cup final against Rangers Under-23s - but says he will continue to strive for perfection on the pitch.
Michael Gash's late first-half goal was cancelled out by Spencer Keller shortly after the restart before Eoin McQuaid, Nathen Stewart and Harry Limb confirmed Lynn's place in the weekend showpiece.
Clark, whose side dominated the first half but only had one goal to show for their efforts, said: "We're so far from perfect but that's what we are aiming for.
"There's still so much to work on in the next few weeks before the start of the season but the players give everything for you and that's all I can ask.
"After the game I said to the players that we want to push, develop and make them better but they have to listen, take on board what we say and put it into practice on the pitch.
"I thought we were average after making some changes and allowed Norwich back into it but we grew back into it and finished the game strong again."
Tomorrow, Legia Warsaw take on Norwich City's youngsters in the third-place match at 2pm before the Linnets do battle with Glasgow Rangers Under-23s at 5pm.