Huddersfield Giants will face Warrington Wolves for a place in the Grand Final after the Wolves chose to play the Giants in the Super League play-off semi-finals.
The last-four tie, which is a repeat of the 2009 Challenge Cup final won by the Wolves, will be played at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Thursday.
The announcement, which was made by Warrington chairman Stephen Broomhead at a press conference broadcast live by Sky Sports News from the Halliwell Jones Stadium, means Wigan will meet Leeds in the second semi-final at the DW Stadium on Friday.
Although Huddersfield Giants finished top of the table - for the first time for 81 years - it was no surprise that they were chosen by the Wolves, who have already beaten them three times this year.
In addition to completing a league double, Warrington hammered the Giants 44-24 in the Challenge Cup quarter-finals in July.
“After very careful consideration, we have decided to play Huddersfield Giants,” Broomhead said.
“The decison was made that we would choose the winners of the Huddersfield-Hull game.”
Leeds will go to the DW Stadium with confidence, having won 20-6 there in the final match of the regular season earlier this month.