In-form Underbank swept aside Hindley in a 50-0 triumph to storm into the National Conference League Division III Grand Final.
It means victory at home to Crosfields on Saturday (2.00pm) will earn Rangers promotion to the Second Division.
The emphatic win was a result of Bank’s sheer determination from the first whistle.
They played the game at a frenetic pace, which Hindley could not cope with, and Bank’s first-half dominance was built on the back of a powerful pack performance, with prop forward’s Dave Valentine, Jordan Williams, Dan Farrand and Luke Karolczuk leading by example.
Player-coach Richard Knight’s men waited just three minutes to open the scoring after Hindley buckled under pressure to concede a penalty 40m out.
This allowed Bank the chance to play some sublime attacking rugby league, which resulted in a try for Matt Adam, but Neil Barrett pulled his conversion wide.
However, Barrett made amends after 15 minutes converting a try scored by Sam Hendrick.
Hindley were on the ropes and their afternoon became more challenging when Stephen Sutcliffe was sent to the sin bin in the 26th minute for hurling abusive language at the referee.
The semi-final was all but over on the stroke of half time when Farrand went on a blockbusting 20m surge bumping off numerous defenders for a tremendous score and, with the subsequent conversion going over, the half-time score was 22-0.
Wigan outfit Hindley were just as poor in the second half, conceding two further tries after just 10 minutes from Alex Chatterton and Courtney Allette.
The conversions were on target to make the score 34-0.
Michael Murphy was next to score when quick hands to the left sent Hendrick on his way and he found the trailing Murphy on his right shoulder for the backrower to do the rest.
The final try went to Luke Nelmes as he timed his barnstorming run perfectly to hit a great Andy Boothroyd flat pass. Prop Jordan Williams was named man of the match for his powerful performance in another top win.
The win continues Underbank’s amazing run of form and put’s the Holmfirth side in confident mood ahead of their big day against Warrington side Crosfields on Saturday.