Aberdeen became the first Scottish team to inflict a home defeat on Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic as the Dons secured second place in the Premiership.
Derek McInnes’ side finish as runners-up for a fourth year in a row thanks to Andrew Considine’s second-half strike.
Greg Stewart had earlier curled a free-kick on to the top of the hosts’ bar.
Champions Celtic, who were presented with the trophy after the match, came close through substitutes Leigh Griffiths and Stuart Armstrong.
Goalkeeper Joe Lewis denied the Scotland duo and Aberdeen had Shay Logan sent off after the match as the Dons finished three points in front of Rangers, who drew 5-5 with Hibernian at Easter Road.