Raja Club Athletic of Morocco faces Jeune Sportive de Kabylie of Algeria in the final.
Raja is playing their second Confederation Cup final, having won the title in 2018.
JS Kabylie are playing the CC final for the first time.
The match will be played on Saturday 10 July. Kickoff at 19:00 GMT
The final will be held at Stade de l’Amitie, General Mathieu Kerekou in Cotonou, Benin.
Besides the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup Trophy, the winners will get the prize money of 1.25 million US $. They will have a place in the 2021 CAF Super Cup where they will face the winners of the 2020-21 TotalEnergies CAF Champions League.
Five substitutions for each team are allowed, with nine players on the bench.
If the 90 minutes of regular time end in a draw, 30 minutes of extra-time will be played. An extra substitution is allowed in extra-time.
If there is no winner after the extra-time, penalty shootout will take place to determine the winners.
The video assistant referee (VAR) system will be used in the final.