Already a goal to the good after last week's first leg in France, the Serie A leader secured progression to the semifinals with a 2-1 victory in Turin on Thursday.
Juve joins Benfica, Sevilla and Valencia in the last four and Chiellini admits reaching next month's final, which is being held at Juventus Stadium, is driving Antonio Conte's men forward.
"We are very satisfied," the Juventus defender told Sky Sport Italia. "But the only thing that interests me is coming back here in May for the final.
"We want to play the final on our turf, as it's something that might never happen again in the history of this club.
"It's too important to miss out on."
Andrea Pirlo's fourth-minute free kick put Juventus on the way to victory, and although Jimmy Briand levelled soon after, the Italian champion secured progression thanks to Claudio Marchisio's deflected strike in the second half.
Chiellini admitted Juventus could have played better but felt over the 180 minutes they rightly booked a place in the last four.
"At times people take Juventus success for granted but we saw that over two legs Lyon played to the death, man-marked us for 180 minutes and it becomes difficult to score in those circumstances," the 29-year-old said.
"We did well to take our chances, though perhaps lost some sharpness during the second period of the first half. That came back after the break and I thought we deserved qualification."