St Johnstone secure Scottish Premiership survival with victory over Inverness
Match report at St Johnstone beat Inverness 4-0 to secure their Scottish Premiership survival
it ended 6-2 on aggregate; goals from Stevie May, Cammy MacPherson, Callum Hendry and Shaun Rooney secured second-leg win
Perth side will remain in top flight for a 14th consecutive season.
St Johnstone will be playing Scottish Premiership football again next season after four second-half goals
With the tie level at 2-2 after the first leg at the Caledonian Stadium,
there was all to play for as the Perth side looked to extend their 13-year stay in the top flight.
Callum Davidson's side finished the season in 11th place
Caley Thistle fought back from two goals down to ensure the tie was level going into the second leg at McDiarmid Park.
Stevie May came on after the break and fired St Johnstone ahead less than a minute later
Callum Henry and Shaun Rooney scored late to wrap up a comprehensive victory
fans celebrated another season in the top flight while Inverness will remain in the Scottish Championship