Aiming for a hat-trick of successive triumphs in the Aberdeenshire Cup, the young Dons are looking forward to a return meeting with Huntly in this season's final.
It was the Strathbogie team the Pittodrie side met at the same stage last year, winning through 1-0, thanks to a David Winnie goal.
In the semi-final a fortnight ago, the young Dons, following up their 6-0 first-round victory over Cove Rangers, took advantage of another home tie to beat Fraserburgh by a convincing 5-0 margin.
The cup-tie saw Andy Gibson continue his impressive comeback from injury with two well-taken goals, bringing his tally to eight in as many appearances since his recovery from a foot fracture.
It was Gibson's first-half goals which ruled out any chance of the Broch causing an upset. After the interval, the young Dons maintained their dominance over the Highland League opposition, with Peter Van De Ven, Graeme Ferguson and Hans Gillhaus all contributing to the goals total.
Source: Match Programme, Saturday 21st March 1992
Fraserburgh FC Team Source: Finlay Noble, Fraserburgh FC History Spreadsheet. Available on the Fraserburgh FC Website.
Fraserburgh Teamsheet Stevie Doak; Scott Clark, Brian Sim, Jimmy Young, Alan Thomson, Symon Sim, John Thomson, John McGruther (Henry Michie 57), Andy Lavelle, Graeme Alexander, Scott Murray (Davie Robertson 75)
Venue: Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Referee: I. Emslie, Portlethen