Skip / Redirect past the "Congratulations! Your blog is ready!"

I wish to activate + redirect once that button is clicked on the previous step.

How do i skip the "Congratulations! Your new blog is ready!" step with a redirect to the website (or WP Admin or Custom link)? The user is already receiving the credentials in an email right?

\remove-email-verification\classes\public.removeverification.php -- The activation function on line #82. It looks like this:

function activate_on_blog_signup($domain, $path, $title, $user, $user_email, $key, $meta) {

        global $current_site;

        // Rather than recreate the wheel, just activate the blog immediately
        $result = wpmu_activate_signup($key);

        if (is_wp_error($result)) {
            if ('already_active' == $result->get_error_code() || 'blog_taken' == $result->get_error_code()) {
                $signup = $result->get_error_data();
                ?>
                <h2><?php _e('Congratulations! Your new blog is ready!', 'removeev'); ?></h2>

                <?php
                if ($signup->domain . $signup->path != '') {
                    printf(__('<p class="lead-in">Your blog at <a href="%1$s">%2$s</a> is active. You may now login to your blog using your chosen username of "%3$s".  Please check your email inbox at %4$s for your password and login instructions.  If you do not receive an email, please check your junk or spam folder.  If you still do not receive an email within an hour, you can <a href="%5$s">reset your password</a>.</p>', 'removeev'), 'http://' . $signup->domain, $signup->domain, $signup->user_login, $signup->user_email, 'http://' . $current_site->domain . $current_site->path . 'wp-login.php?action=lostpassword');
                }
            } else {
                ?>
                <h2><?php _e('An error occurred during the signup', 'removeev'); ?></h2>
                <?php
                echo '<p>' . $result->get_error_message() . '</p>';
            }
        } else {
            extract($result);

            $url = get_blogaddress_by_id($result['blog_id']);
            $newuser = new WP_User($result['user_id']);
            ?>
            <h2><?php _e('Congratulations! Your new blog is ready!', 'removeev'); ?></h2>

            <div id="signup-welcome">
                <p><span class="h3"><?php _e('Username:', 'removeev'); ?></span> <?php echo $newuser->user_login ?></p>
                <p><span class="h3"><?php _e('Password:', 'removeev'); ?></span> <?php echo $password; ?></p>
            </div>

            <?php if (!empty($url)) : ?>
                <p class="view"><?php printf(__('<a href="%s">View your site</a> or go to the <a href="%s">admin area</a>.', 'removeev'), $url, trailingslashit($url) . 'wp-admin'); ?></p>
            <?php else: ?>
                <p class="view"><?php printf(__('You\'re all set up and ready to go. Why not go back to the <a href="%2$s">homepage</a>.', 'removeev'), 'http://' . $current_site->domain . $current_site->path); ?></p>
            <?php
            endif;

            // automatically login the user so they can see the admin area on the next page load
            $userbylogin = get_user_by('login', $user);
            if (!empty($userbylogin)) {
                @wp_set_auth_cookie($userbylogin->ID);
                wp_set_current_user($userbylogin->ID);
            }
        }

        // Now we need to hijack the sign up message so it isn't displayed
        ob_start();
        // End activation message display
        add_action('signup_finished', array(&$this, 'activated_signup_finished'), 1);

        return false; // Returns false so that the activation email isn't sent out to the user
    }