PERNILLE HARDER hit a hat-trick as rampant Chelsea beat West Ham to set up a League Cup final clash with Bristol City.
The Danish strike sensation scored three of SIX goals as the Blues beat the Hammers.
Harder found the breakthrough just four minutes in, after she pounced on a cute through ball by Ji So-yun and slotted home.
Sophie Ingle doubled the lead after sending a sweet strike dipping and curling into the bottom corner from outside the area.
Harder made it 3-0 thanks to a howler from Irons keeper Mackenzie Arnold.
The visiting stopper sent a limp pass into her path, leaving her the simple task of firing home from little more than a few yards.
Just three minutes later, Beth England tucked into the goal fest by poking home an inch-perfect Fran Kirby cross.
The Hammers looked a different side after the break, with Emily van Egmond, Maz Pacheco and Lois Joel all going close.
Host’s keeper Ann-Katrin Berger made a sublime save to deny whizkid Fisk from close-range.
But the visitor’s were let down when an awkward Fisk block looped over Arnold’s head and into Kirby’s path to slot in a fifth.
And Harder wrapped things up, after shimmying beyond three pink shirts to fire in a fierce, low drive in the 86th minute.
Boss Emma Hayes roared: “That was Harder’s best game in a Chelsea shirt. I saw what I was looking for from her. Her work rate is second to none.”
Chelsea will meet Bristol City in the showpiece – the Vixens are into their first Cup final EVER thanks to Kiera Skeels’ 72nd minute header against Leicester City.