The Griffith Touch Association senior competition's grand finals have been locked in following the preliminary finals on Monday evening.
In the men's top division, it was an absolute thriller as Tim's Trims/James Fallon Building took out their clash with Toxic in sudden-death extra-time.
Toxic had the first chance to open the scoring before Dean Schmetzer dropped the ball over the line, and Tim's Trims were able to go up the other end and score through Luke Piccolo.
Toxic score the next two tries to take the lead with Isaiah Potts and then Jess Spencer getting over.
James Girdler was able to bring his side back level after making the most of a Toxic side who didn't get back onside in time, but Schmetzer was able to give Toxic the lead heading into the break in what was a fast-paced opening 20 minutes.
The side's traded tries in the second half with Girdler and Ben Vearing getting over for Tim's Trims while Potts scored his second to see the scores locked at 4-all.
The game got fiery at the end of the second half, which resulted in push and shove, which saw Potts sent off for Toxic while Bailey Jones-Lewis from Tim's Trims was given his marching orders for running in.
With the game heading into extra time, Vearing was able to open the scoring before Jess Spencer brought the game back level with seconds remaining to send the game into sudden death.
Girdler scored his third of the night after side-stepping his way to the line to send Tim's Trims into the grand final against Marchiori Construction.
In the women's top division, Snow's Excavation set up a rematch with Luna Wild after a 14-6 win over F45 Training.
The sides traded tries in the opening stages, with Megan Polkinghorne scoring twice for F45 while Johane Oberholzer and Emma Woolnough crossed for Snow's.
The try for try nature continued with Amelia Lolotonga and Jordan Payne getting over before two tries to Lily Belle Misiloi and one to Mel Foschi gave Snow's a 5-4 lead at the break.
Snow's scored the first four tries of the second half to race out to a 9-4 lead before Baddock pulled one back.
It didn't halt the Snow's as they scored five tries to one in the final stages to go through to the women's final with an eight-try victory.