Even if Spain somehow lost their last game against the Faroe Isles on 11 October, they would still go to France as Europe's best runners-up - thanks to Georgia beating Moldova last night to take Italy out of the running.
Amor's goal came a minute after Jozef Majoros had threatened to delay the Spanish celebrations with an equaliser out of the blue.
Kiko Navarez had put Spain ahead in the 47th minute with a header from a perfect centre by Alfonso Perez - and anything but three points for Spain would have been an injustice.
Georgia beat Moldova 1-0 in a stormy Group Two qualifier in Chisinau which saw three red cards. The Newcastle midfielder Timur Ketsbaia put the visitors ahead in the ninth minute, after combining with Archil Arveladze in a fast counter-attack.
The game turned nasty in the second half when Georgia's Kakha Koladze was sent off for a bad tackle from behind. Then Moldova's captain, Alexander Curteanu, and the Georgian striker Georgi Kiknadze were involved in a flare-up and followed Koladze down the tunnel.Reuse content