Former Wallabies star Tevita Kuridrani will miss the Western Force's historic Super Rugby AU preliminary final after being suspended for a dangerous tackle.
Kuridrani received a yellow card during last Friday night's finals-sealing 30-27 upset win over the Queensland Reds for a tipping tackle on Hunter Paisami.
He was cited for alleged foul play for the second-minute offence, with the citing commissioner deeming the tackle had met the red card threshold for foul play.
The SANZAAR foul play review committee found Kuridrani guilty via a video-conference hearing and suspended the centre for three games.
Former All Black Richard Kahui is likely to replace Kuridrani in the starting line-up against the Brumbies in Canberra on Saturday night.
The Force have made the playoffs of a Super Rugby competition for the first time in their 16-year existence.
The winner of the Brumbies-Force match will face the Reds in the final on May 8 at Suncorp Stadium.