In a similar vein to the AFC Bournemouth promotion, Carpi have won Serie B and will be promoted to the highest-level for the first time in their history, likely to be joined in a similar feat by 2nd-placed Frosione. Two clubs who earlier in the season were proposed for rejection by Lazio's president for being Carpi and Frosione.
In the 2. Bundesliga in Germany, FC Ingolstadt are 1 point away from securing promotion, whilst SV Darmstadt (who have been at the highest level before, but only briefly) are 2 points clear in the 2nd automatic spot with 2 games left.
The French leagues currently have Gazalec Ajacco in 2nd place of Ligue 2 close to their first appearance in the highest tier, and in Spain, Girona CF are in the same position in the Segunda Division.
For promotion to the 'major leagues of Europe' alone, it looks like there are a lot of second-tier success stories coming out of this season...