The Dealgan lightweight gave a hugely impressive performance in Targu Jiu, outclassing French fighter Belinda Limuka.
Having defeated top Turk Esra Yilmiz in a close fight yesterday afternoon, the Louth fighter was on top form today.
21-year-old Broadhurst was able to sit in the pocket in and dominate the exchanges with the former European Junior gold medalist, being unable to miss with her overhand left, and taking a clear unanimous decision win.
Broadhurst will now fight for her third European gold medal following triumphs at Youth and Junior level – along with a European Youth silver and an EU Youth gold.
Ireland’s most decorated underage boxer ever will face Italian Francesca Martusciello in the decider this Sunday.
Broadhurst beat the same foe in the final of the 2015 European Youths on a 2-0-1 decision over. In addition to this silver, Martusciello won a bronze at the same tournament a year previously.
Earlier today, Galway’s Gabriel Dossen bowed out at the middleweight quarter-final stage on a tight split-decision, while Roscommon middleweight Aoife O’Rourke is in action later today looking to join Broadhurst in the finals.
51kg Niamh Earley (Ireland) lost to Aikaterini Koutsogeorgo (Greece) 0-5
57kg Shauna Blaney (Ireland) lost to Nedkova Ivanova (Bulgaria) 1-4
52kg Conor Quinn (Ireland) lost to Maksim Stakheev (Russia) 1-4
91kg Kevin Sheehy (Ireland) lost to Felix Kuhne (Germany) 0-5
75kg Gabriel Dossen (Ireland) beat Hambardum Hakobya (Armenia) 4-1
56kg Jordan Moore (Ireland) lost to Eusebi Jitaru (Romania) 0-5
48kg Shannon Sweeney (Ireland) lost to Mari-Emi Todorova (Bulgaria) 0-5
60kg Amy Broadhurst (Ireland) beat Esra Yildiz (Turkey) 5-0
75kg Gabriel Dossen (Ireland) lost to Giorge Kharabadze (Georgia) split
60kg Amy Broadhurst (Ireland) beat Belinda Limuka (France) 5-0
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Ireland) v Carlotta Paoletti (Italy)
Sunday April 1st
60kg Amy Broadhurst (Ireland) v Francesca Martusciello (Italy)