The lads travel down to Kenilworth Road with a 1-2 advantage going into the Championship play-off second leg, as both teams will be looking to move a step closer to The Premier League.
A wonder goal by Amad Diallo and a header by Trai Hume was enough for The Black Cats to take an advantage into the second leg.
Sunderland are now unbeaten in their last 10 games, and they ended Luton’s 14 game unbeaten run with their victory in the first leg.
The winner of the tie will face either Middlesbrough or Coventry at Wembley Stadium, in the final.
Alex Pritchard and Patrick Roberts both sustained injuries in the first leg, and Tony Mowbray has confirmed that the pair are, ‘touch and go’.
Aji Alese is back in contention after his lengthy injury that looked as though he was going to be out for the whole season.
Luton 1-1 Sunderland (2-3)
Sunderland to go to WEMBLEY!