Inter Milan clinched the first trophy of a potential treble-winning campaign with a lone Diego Milito strike against Roma.
Milito’s 40th minute goal handed the Nerazzurri their sixth Coppa Italia, the first under coach Jose Mourinho.
Roma ended the game down to 10 men after substitute Francesco Totti was sent off for a second booking in what was a sombre night for the Giallorossi in their own Stadio Olimpico.
Inter will now take aim at Champions League glory with a final date against Bayern Munich in Madrid later this month.
They also lead Roma by two points in Serie A heading into the final two weeks of the season.