Russia and Scotland both qualified for the season-ending Finals after both winning at the Hockey Series event in Portugal today.
Russia's 13-1 demolition of the host nation in Lousada meant they won the round-robin tournament and ended with an unbeaten record.
They progress with second-placed Scotland to the Hockey Series Finals, which offer a route to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Marat Khairullin scored five times as Russia ran riot on the final day.
Khairullin scored after only two minutes of the game followed by Andrey Kuraev who doubled the score in the eighth minute.
Khairullin made it 4-0 before the 20 minute mark and then Pavel Iurinov scored in the 22nd minute.
The hosts hit back through Miguel Rodrigues after 25 minutes to make the score 4-1.
Aleksandr Gilev scored his third goal of the tournament at the half-an-hour mark to increase Russia's lead to 5-1.
Five goals in as many minutes from Russia then suddenly made the scores 10-1.
Pavel Golubev scored in the 37th minute, with Khairullin scoring twice in the 38th and 39th minutes.
Aleksei Maiorov and Dmitry Zheleznyakov scored in the 41st and 42nd minutes respectively to make the advantage too much for the hosts to challenge.
Only six minutes later, Khairullin scored his fifth goal of the game followed by two goals from Zheleznyakov and Ilfat Zamalutdinov to make the score 13-1.
Scotland overcame Belarus 4-0 as they secured their place alongside Russia in the Hockey Series Finals.
After 85 international appearances, David Forsyth scored his first senior international goal to open the scoring after 19 minutes.
Three minutes later, joint top tournament goalscorer Cameron Golden doubled their advantage.
Robert Harwood made it 3-0 after 23 minutes and Golden scored the fourth and final goal in the 34th minute.
Tommy Alexander saved a Belarusian penalty flick at the bottom right post corner to keep a clean sheet for Scotland.
The game gave Scotland four wins and a loss in the tournament which puts them above Belarus in the standings.
Belarus, who ended with three wins, a draw and a loss, miss out on qualification after their draw with Russia in round three.
Turkey finished the tournament without a win as they lost 3-2 to Gibraltar who managed to pick up their first victory of the event.