A five-wicket haul from youngster Tyson Deebank has powered RSL-Colts Coolbaggie into the RSL-Kelly Cup grand final.
Coolbaggie, after finishing third on the ladder, knocked over Newtown White for just 101 at No. 3 Oval on Sunday, the game being pushed back a day after the pitch was left uncovered when Friday's rain hit.
Deebank was the chief destroyer, taking 5/28 from his eight overs in a star showing.
The chase was nervy at times, especially during a collapse late on, but Coolbaggie still got the job done and won by three wickets.
Tom Peacock's 31 was the top score in the chase while Newtown White's John Hausia and Cameron Hellinga took three wickets each in the loss.
Coolbaggie will meet minor premiers Newtown Black in next week's grand final.
The sides have only met once this season and it was close to the match of the season.
Newtown Black won that one, reaching the target of 211 with just one wicket left.
Meanwhile in the Dawson Cup repechage competition, Newtown Gold moved through to a grand final in dominant fashion on Sunday.
Newtown Gold powered to a more than competitive total of 7/192 at John McGrath 2, with John Edwards' 57 the top score. Mat Sharp took 2/28 for the Cougars.
Chris Lenord then bagged 4/24 with the new ball as CYMS Green was skittled for just 82.