Scott Sealy scored two goals to lead the Kansas City Wizards into the MLS playoffs with a 2-0 victory over FC Dallas on Saturday night in Frisco, Texas.

Kansas City (11-12-7, 40 points) clinched a playoff spot with the win. Its first-round opponent won't be determined until the league's final regular-season game today. The Chicago Fire, who have a chance to reach the playoffs, host the Los Angeles Galaxy.

FC Dallas (13-12-5, 44 points) already had clinched a wild card berth in the Western Conference Semifinals. Dallas' opponent will be either Houston or Chivas USA.

Sealy broke a scoreless tie in the 39th minute.

CREW 3, D.C. UNITED 2: At Washington, Robbie Rogers scored two goals and Columbus finished a disappointing season on a high note, defeating D.C. United. The Crew, already eliminated from the playoffs, snapped United's 13-game unbeaten streak, handing United (16-7-7) their first loss since July 22.

REVOLUTION 2, TORONTO FC 2: At Toronto, striker Danny Dichio scored in the 90th minute to give Toronto FC a tie with New England. Collin Samuel opened the scoring for Toronto, which finished its inaugural season 6-17-7.