Team Australia will take on the winner of Spain and Belgium for a place in the inaugural ATP Cup final in Sydney.
John Peers heads for the semifinals with an undefeated record so far in this tournament.
The Australians booked their place in the semifinals with a dramatic 2-1 quarterfinal win against Great Britain on Thursday.
Nick Kyrgios put his team 1-0 up with a 6-2 6-2 win over Cameron Norrie before Dan Evans outlasted Alex de Minaur in a seesawing 7-6 (4) 4-6 7-6 (2) result.
It all came down to the doubles, with Kyrgios and De Minuar just getting over the line 3-6 6-3 18-16 in a match tiebreak against Jamie Murray and Joe Salisbury in a clash that could have gone either way.
“It was awesome,” Kyrgios said. “Today was probably one of the best moments in my career, definitely. Just making it through to the semi-final, the first-ever ATP Cup in that type of fashion, was pretty special. The whole team, we genuinely care for each other, and they were genuinely just so ecstatic to get through.”
The Australians will take the court in the Saturday evening session in Sydney against the winner of Friday night’s Spain v Belgium quarterfinal.