AS Vita Club progress after winning the first leg 1-0 in the Congo, breaking the hearts of South African supporters who watched Mamelodi Sundowns win on Wednesday night.
In the fifth minute Khama Billiat passed for Leonardo Castro, who got into the area and attempted a one-two but the DRC defenders were too sharp and foiled the move.
Seven minutes later he fought well but was crowded out in the box.
CBD, which includes Keagan Dolly and then also Themba Zwane just couldn’t cut through their defenders with a meaningful ball.
On the 39th minute Morrison was allowed too much time to cross from the right and Kule Mbombo stole ahead of Thabo Nthethe on the six-yard box to prod home a precious away-goal.
Instead of giving up with the damaging away goal, the Brazilians kept going. Castro chased down every ball and did well to win a rather soft penalty off the goalkeeper after beating him to a ball into the area in the 41st minute.
Nthethe stepped up and made up for his defensive mistake with a cool finish into the bottom-left corner to drag Downs back to 1-1 on the night.
The Black Dolphins should have taken the lead again three minutes after the restart after goalscorer Mbombo was set through on goal, but the striker hit the side-netting.
Hlompho Kekana then muscled his way forward and played a cross for Castro in the box, but the South American placed his header over the crossbar.
The home side took the lead for the first time in the 75th minute after Langerman burst into the Vita box and beat Lukong with a low shot to make it 2-1 to Sundowns.
Sundowns substitute Cuthbert Malajila nearly scored with his first touch in the 85th minute, but his effort narrowly missed the target.
Being knocked out of the Caf Champions League at this stage means that Sundowns can participate in the 2016 Caf Confederation Cup third round.