Linfield are through to the second qualifying round of the Europa League after a 1-1 draw with B36 Tórshavn at Mourneview Park on Thursday night.
Michael Carvill, who scored in the 2-1 first leg victory in the Faroe Islands, put the Blues into a 19th-minute lead with a close-range finish.
Tórshavn equalised through a penalty by Adeshina Lawal who had been brought down by home keeper Jonathan Tuffey.
Tórshavn mounted late pressure but Linfield hung on to progress.
The Irish Premiership runners-up now face AIK Solna of Stockholm in the second qualifying round.
After their first leg victory, Warren Feeney's men were favourites to progress.
But, in the end, it was a nervy victory as Tórshavn sought the second goal which would have taken the match to extra-time.
Tuffey was called on to make a couple of early saves - from Lawal and Lukasz Cieslewicz - while home striker Andrew Waterworth shot into the side-netting.
The Linfield goal came from an Aaron Burns cross-cum-shot, with Carvill swooping to score from just a yard out.
Ivan Sproule then fired straight at keeper Tórdur Thomsen while Waterworth hit the near post with a shot just before half-time.
Tórshavn got level three minutes into the second half when keeper Tuffey brought down Lawal who rifled the penalty straight down the middle.
Rogvi Poulsen just failed to get a scoring touch on a dangerous cross while Lawal had a shot blocked.
Linfield: Tuffey, Richards, Hegarty, Haughey, Matthew Clarke, Lowry, Burns (Ross Clarke 72), Mulgrew, Sproule, Waterworth (Thompson 86), Carvill (Callacher 86).
Not used: Ross Glendinning, Reece Glendinning, Quinn, Morrow.
B36 Torshavn: Thomsen, Faero, Eysturoy, Thorleifsson (Adrian Cieslewicz 56), Hordur Askham, Jacobsen, Mellemgaard, Matras (Sorensen 84), Rogvi Poulsen, Lukasz Cieslewicz, Lawal.
Not used: Trygvi Askham, Danielsen, Simun Joensen, Heinesen, Nielsen.
Ref: Thoroddur Hjaltalin (Iceland).