A decade after they were promoted to the Premiership for the first time, Exeter Chiefs are champions of Europe.
Exeter Chiefs reached their first European Champions Cup final at Toulouse's expense after Racing 92 dumped Saracens out.
Holders Saracens are a win away from the Champions Cup final after beating Leinster, while Racing 92 powered past Clermont Auvergne.
Kurtley Beale and Luke Jones are returning to Europe to join top 14 heavyweights Racing 92 next year.
A five-week break has been implemented in the Premiership, with the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals pushed back.
Lyon and Toulouse were both winners in Sunday's Top 14 action, with Patricio Fernandez impressing for the former.
Racing 92 stretched their Top 14 winning run to five matches with a dramatic defeat of Toulouse.
There were reports Saracens faced expulsion from the European Champions Cup, but the holders have been hit with a fine.
Saracens will discover in London on Friday whether they will face any action for picking Titi Lamositele against Racing 92.
Top 14 front-runners Lyon won again, while La Rochelle's Arthur Retiere grabbed a hat-trick and Brive left it late.