Victoria has won its third straight interstate series golf title after an action-packed final day at Tasmania Golf Club in the state's South.
Tasmania was still a chance of reaching the final heading into the last day, but fell 4.5-2.5 to the eventual champions.
Victoria then drew with New South Wales in the final and won on a countback of matches won by number one players.
Winning captain Blake Collyer gave credit to the runners-up and the home state.
"We understand it's not a conventional way to win, but we finished on top and that's all that matters," he said.
"Tasmania and New South Wales both pushed us hard, but we didn't break."
The hosts finished the series with three wins, two losses and a draw to sit fractionally below Western Australia on the ladder in fourth.
The state's best win was a 6-1 result over Northern Territory, a scoreline which was reversed in its heaviest defeat at the hands of New South Wales.
Playing alongside Northern trio Greg Longmore, Mitch van Noord and Ryan Thomas, veteran Craig Hancock proved Tasmania's best performer by finishing the week undefeated.
The women's competition wrapped up earlier in the week, with New South Wales winning the title for the second year in a row after demolishing Queensland in the final.
Northern duo Alex Hansen and Lily Caelli both lined up for the home state, which finished bottom of the table.