Griffith are through to their second consecutive Riverina League grand final courtesy of a 22-point win over Coolamon on Saturday.
The Swans moved within one win of ending the club's 16-year premiership drought with an impressive second-semi-final victory over the Hoppers.
Griffith withstood a couple of serious challenges from Coolamon to run out winners 10.11 (71) to 7.7 (49) at Narrandera Sportsground.
It was the Swans' high-pressure football that again brought their opposition undone, as their frantic chasing and ferocious tackling proved too much for Coolamon to handle.
Griffith coach Will Griggs believes the Swans are in a much better position than 12 months ago to break the club's drought.
"Yeah absolutely. Last year and the position we were in, we only had a six-day turnaround to go into the grand final. It's a bit tough," Griggs said.
""It's good. It's a bit different this year. Last year was a bit of an unknown, a lot of blokes didn't have much finals experience but this year we can be a bit more relaxed and enjoy the next two weeks."
With Lucas and Jacob Conlan on song from the opening minute, Griffith led from the outset but never by any more than 14 points in a relatively even first half that saw the Swans hold an eight-point advantage at the main break.
Coolamon made their move against the wind in the third quarter, kicking three of the first four goals to hit the front eight minutes in.
It was Joe Redfern's fifth goal that put the Hoppers in front for the first time as he threatened to tear the game apart and carry Coolamon to victory.
But Griffith replied instantly, returning to the lead inside of a minute and then finished the quarter with another three goals to take a 22-point buffer into three-quarter-time.
Coolamon started the last quarter with all guns blazing and kicked three consecutive behinds before Redfern's sixth goal put them within 13 points.
But ultimately the pressure got to a few of Coolamon's players as they bombed a number of golden opportunities to close further and it was Griffith who were able to go up the other end and close out the game.
Griggs said there was no secret to the Swans' success.
It was just pressure. It was super," he said.
"Our forward-line pressure was really good. Young Blakey Argus, you don't want to get tackled by him. He's a strong kid. It was just pressure across the park.
"Skills were a bit average, because of the wind, but that was always going to happen. You have still got to take those risks to try and move the ball like we can."
The Swans did pick up one injury concern with Alex Overs coming off with a calf injury but Griggs insisted it was only minor and that he would be right for the grand final.
Mick Duncan will also come in for the decider in two weeks time.
Despite playing in a losing team, Coolamon forward Joe Redfern was the best player on the ground, kicking six of the their seven goals. Max Hillier and Josh Buchanan also had strong games for the Hoppers.
It was another good even team performance from the Swans. Isaac Campbell, Heath Northey, Nathan Richards and Griggs were among the main contributors.