The Bianconeri led 3-0 after their clinical display in Glasgow three weeks ago and only added to that advantage with goals either side of half-time at the Juventus Stadium.
Alessandro Matri, who netted the opener in the first leg, sent the Old Lady on their way in the 24th minute when he tapped home into an open net after Hoops keeper Fraser Forster had kept out Fabio Quagliarellaâ€™s left-footed snapshot.
That made life increasingly difficult for Neil Lennonâ€™s Celtic but they continued to push forward and almost snared an equaliser ten minutes prior to the break when Gary Hooper was unable to get on the end of Georgios Samarasâ€™ squared ball across goal.
For all Celticâ€™s attempts to get back into the contest, Antonio Conteâ€™s Juventus side managed to end any glimmer of hope the Scottish champions had when Quagliarella made it 2-0 in the 65th minute by finishing Matriâ€™s low cross after he was played in by Andrea Pirlo.
2012/13 UEFA Champions League â€“ Round of 16 second leg
Juventus Stadium, Turin â€“ 39,011