Tottenham Hotspur secured their first victory over Arsenal in nine years to book a place in the final of the Carling Cup.

Spurs were in rampant mood at White Hart Lane and ran out 5-1 winners on the night to see the tie end 6-2 on aggregate.

Jermaine Jenas got the ball rolling for Juande Ramos' side after just three minutes with a low strike, before Nicklas Bendtner headed into his own net from Jenas' free-kick.

With Arsenal pushing for a way back into the game they were vulnerable at the back, and that proved to be the case as Robbie Keane latched onto Aaron Lennon's long ball to slot home early in the second half.

Tottenham's fourth came in the 60th minute when Lennon finished coolly, and while Arsenal struck back through substitute Emmanuel Adebayor, the evening was Spurs' to savour with Steed Malbranque gleefully tapping home in injury time.