Removing item from Finder Toolbar?

I inadvertently dragged a file to my finder toolbar where it is now stuck? I cannot drag it off or use and command or option key to drag it off? What am I missing here, it did it get corrupted in some manner?

1. Right Click on the toolbar and click Customize Toolbar.
2. Drag that folder icon out of toolbar out as like you remove any icon app from dock with puff sound
3. Done!
Hope this helps

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