Africa's 2014 World Cup qualifying results
Kenya qualified for the group phase of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers in emphatic fashion when they hammered Seychelles 4-0 on Tuesday.
The Harambee Stars advance 7-0 on aggregate after the victory at the Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi.
Goals from Brian Mandela, Dennis Oliech, Titus Mulama and Victor Wanyama sealed the comprehensive win.
Kenya will now play Nigeria, Malawi and Namibia or Djibouti in Group F of the qualifiers.
Tanzania qualified despite shockingly losing 1-0 at home to minnows Chad at Dar es Salaam's National Stadium on Tuesday.
The Taifa Stars were tipped for an emphatic victory over the visitors, having won the first-leg 2-1 in N'Djamena on Friday.
But Chad stunned the home side three minutes after the break when Mahamat Ahmat Labo struck to silence the home crowd.
But Tanzania managed to qualify thanks to the away goals rule as they were tied 2-2 on aggregate.
The Taifa Stars will face an arduous task in the group phase as they will take on giants Ivory Coast, Morocco and Gambia.
DR Congo continued their revival when they thumped Swaziland 5-1 in Kinshasa on Tuesday to seal their place in the group phase.
A brace each from Mputu Mabi and Alain Kaluyituka and another strike by Ilunga Diba helped the the Simbas to the win.
They advance 8-2 on aggregate after winning the first-leg 3-1 on Friday.
DR Congo will now play Cameroon, Libya and Togo in Group I of the qualifiers.
Namibia recorded an 8-0 aggregate victory over Djibouti after winning 4-0 in Windhoek on Tuesday.
Togo sealed their place in the group on Tuesday after defeating Guinea Bissau 1-0 in Lome.
The Hawks won the game through an early goal from Serge Gakpe which helped them to advance 2-1 on aggregate.
Striker Emmanuel Adebayor played his first game in two years for the Hawks after rescinding his decision to retire from the team.
Lesotho also reached the group phase of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers despite losing 2-1 away to Burundi in Bujumbura on Tuesday.
The Southern Africans advance on away goals rule after winning the first leg of the preliminary clash 1-0 on Friday.
Bokang Mothoana put the visitors in the lead with a strike on 23 minutes.
The home side rallied and drew level six minutes later through Cedric Amissi before Yamin Ndikumana converted a penalty to seal the win.
Despite the victory, Lesotho qualify as the clash was tied 2-2 on aggregate.
The Crocodiles will now join Ghana, Zambia and Sudan in Group D of the qualifiers.
Serbian coach Milutin Sredojevic steered Rwanda to the group phase thanks to their 3-1 second-leg victory over Eritrea at the Amahoro Stadium in Kigali on Tuesday.
The Wasps qualify 4-2 on aggregate after drawing 1-1 in the first leg played in Asmara on Friday.
Sredojevic, who was in charge of his second match for Rwanda after the departure of Sellas Tetteh, had Olivier Karekezi, Jean Claude Iranzi and Labama Kamana to thank for the goals they scored.
Abraham Tedros scored on the stroke of full time but it was not enough to salvage the game for the visitors.
Equatorial Guinea also progressed under similar circumstances after losing 2-1 away to Madagascar in Antananarivo also on Tuesday.
The 2012 Africa Cup of Nations hosts qualified 3-2 on aggregate after winning the first leg 2-0 at home on Friday.
The visitors were keen on securing their place in the group phase and Donvalla Elongue put them in the lead in the 26th minute.
Second-half goals from Yvan and Ferdinand Ramanamahefa were not enough to overturn the deficit.
Equatorial Guinea will now join Group B of the group phase where they will take on Tunisia, Cape Verde and Sierra Leone.
The 11 overall winners will join Liberia, who received a bye when cash-strapped Mauritius withdrew, will advance to the group phase of the competition next June.
That is when Africa's top 28 nations begin their campaign, with a total of 10 four-team groups advancing the winners to the third and final round of qualifying.
In all, Africa will stage 152 qualifiers to determine which five teams will reach the 2014 World Cup.
Five teams will represent Africa at the first World Cup staged in Brazil since 1950.