The fifth-seeded Hurricanes stunned No. 2 seed Texas 88-81 on Sunday to reach the Final Four for the first time in school history.
Jordan Miller scored 27 points and made a series of crucial foul shots down the stretch as Miami rallied to an 88-81 victory over Texas for a spot in the Final Four.
Houston was the lone No. 1 seed left in the tournament for about 30 minutes on Friday night, until its own run ended with an 89-75 loss to Miami in the Sweet 16.
Miami is one of only two teams that made the NCAA Tournament's field of 68 to have four players averaging at least 13 points per game.
Wooga Poplar made a career-best six 3-pointers for 18 points, and 16th-ranked Miami captured the No. 1 seed for the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament with a 78-76 win over No. 25 Pittsburgh on Saturday night.
Nigel Pack scored 21 points in his home state to lead No. 14 Miami over Notre Dame 76-65.