HOLLIDAY Cup holders St Joseph's powered into this year's final with a 22-5 victory over Newsome Panthers.
They will now meet fellow Pennine League First Division side Moldgreen in what promises to be a cracking final at Lockwood Park on Easter Monday.
As with all semi-finals it was a rough, tough affair with neither side giving an inch.
And it took 25 minutes for the deadlock to be broken as the Panthers slotted over a drop goal to make it 1-0 at the break.
But in the second half, St Joseph's stepped up a gear and after good build-up play the outstanding Paul Horsfall crashed over to score.
Neil Barrett converted and, soon after, quick hands by Saints enabled man-of-the-match Lee St Hilaire to race in to score.
Barrett converted again to extend the lead and five minutes later, St Hilaire beat several defenders to score his second in the corner to make it 16-1.
However, Newsome were not to be denied and five minutes later they showed smart handling to go in at the corner.
At 16-5, the match was back in the frame, but Saints once again stepped up the pace as Neil Barrett glided through a gap and under the posts to put the game firmly out of reach of the hosts.
He converted the score to make it 22-5 and seal the tie.
"We are obviously delighted to get to the final for a second year running," said head coach Jody Shaw.
"Last year was just fantastic, obviously the day itself and all the build-up to it. We have set our goals for this year and this was one of them.
"We know the final is going to be very tough against a strong Moldgreen side but we are really looking forward to it."