KEVIN MUNCH, Dragutin Horvat, Jyhan Artut, Michael Rasztovits and Diogo Portela were amongst the final qualifiers for the 2019 German Darts Grand Prix on Friday.
The £140,000 PDC European Tour event will be held at Zenith in Munich from Saturday to Monday, where 48 players will compete across the Easter period for the £25,000 title.
Gerwyn Price's withdrawal opened up a fifth place in the Host Nation Qualifier, where former European Tour quarter-finalist Horvat was amongst the qualifiers.
Left-hander Munch, who famously knocked out Adrian Lewis at the 2018 World Championship, edged past Manfred Bilderl to secure his qualification.
Experienced German ace Artut joined them in qualifying, alongside fellow countrymen Michael Hurtz and Marko Puls.
Austrian ace Rastovits, a Challenge Tour event winner in 2018, edged past Christoff Van De Wal in their decider as he came through the West & South Europe Qualifier.
Brazil's Diogo Portela also won through, securing his second European Tour appearance of the year with a whitewash of Christian Kallinger.
The German Darts Grand Prix will take place from April 20-22, with streaming available for all PDCTV-HD Subscribers worldwide as well as through a series of bookmakers' websites listed below.
2019 German Darts Grand Prix
Host Nation Qualifier
Michael Hurtz 6-3 Thomas Luksch
Kevin Munch 6-5 Manfred Bilderl
Marko Puls 6-1 Gino Drobick
Dragutin Horvat 6-2 Erik Tautfest
Jyhan Artut 6-2 Marvin Wehder
Qualifiers: Michael Hurtz, Kevin Munch, Marko Puls, Dragutin Horvat, Jyhan Artut
West & South Europe Qualifier
Michael Rasztovits 6-5 Christoff Van De Wal
Diogo Portela 6-0 Christian Kallinger
Qualifiers: Michael Rasztovits, Diogo Portela