mariadb – When creating a mapping table with two foreign keys, how does one create a foreign key constraint?

I’m using MariaDB and have 2 tables I’m trying to map together into another table. I’ve done foreign key relationships before, but never with a primary key from two tables. How do I go about creating the constraint?

Table 1:

Order_ID (Primary Key)
Order_Amount

Table 2:

Customer_ID (Primary Key)
Customer_Name

Table 3: Mapping Table

Order_ID
Customer_ID

Primary Key (Order_ID & Customer_ID)

When the customer table row is deleted, I want the map to be deleted to that order, but not the order table row.

Would something like this work?

ALTER TABLE `map_table` ADD CONSTRAINT `fk_customer_id` FOREIGN KEY (`customer_id`) REFERENCES `customers`(`customer_id`) ON DELETE CASCADE ON UPDATE CASCADE;