The State League's big day will be an all-Northern affair for the second year running after Launceston defeated Clarence 13.11 (89) to 5.7 (37) at Windsor Park.
The Blues featured nine individual goal-kickers as team of the year benchman Cody Thorp kicked three to set up the decider with North Launceston, exciting his brother and coach Mitch.
"I love big games and there's no bigger game," he said.
"We had our backs to the wall this week and we will probably go in as underdogs again, North Launnie obviously knocked us off in the final so we are going to have to go to work.
"We've worked really hard to get ourselves in this position and now we've made the last game of the year, we want to make sure we prepare really strongly and give ourselves every chance."
After dropping last week's semi-final to North Launceston, coach Thorp was incredibly pleased with his side's desire to get back on their feet.
"The playing group's got a lot of substance and the way they applied themselves in the first couple of hours after last week's loss showed how much this season means to them and how much this competition means to them," he said.
"There was a massive crowd here today, there were no more cars allowed in which was awesome to see and worth noting because sometimes the comp gets a hard time."
After the first quarter only yielded two Blues goals, the second term erupted into a goal-fest as Clarence clawed their way into the game with consecutive majors to Jacques Barwick and an electric run from Darcy Gardner.
From there, it was effectively all Blues traffic, with a six-goal to two second-half giving Thorp something to smile about.
"It was a fantastic game from our guys, hard and tough around the footy and it was our leaders Jobi [Harper] and Joe [Groenewegen] in that area that were really strong," he said.
"Cody [Thorp] was super in the air, he brought a lot of ball to ground and our two key backs Alec Wright and Jamieson House had really strong games, Jamo kept Colin Garland to four disposals."
His highest praise was saved for midfielder Michael Musicka, describing him as the Blues' best.
Kicking off the second quarter with a bit of boundary-line brilliance, Musicka was collected in some friendly fire minutes later by teammate Cody Thorp as he went back with the flight but came back on the ground and set the tone.
"When the game was there to be won, he was just a raging bull and we know with Michael when he plays at that level, he lifts his teammates around him," coach Thorp said.
"Sometimes when you tell Cody to fly for everything in the air, he takes it quite literally but it just shows how tough Muz is because he got smashed and then got back up, shook it off and kept going."
While the Blues had no injury concerns from the contest, an incident involving Cody Thorp on the quarter-time siren may come under match review panel scrutiny.
The Kangaroos' loss marks an end of Jeromey Webberley's tenure as coach, having inherited the Clarence line-up mid-way through 2016.
Webberley was impressive for the Roos in the loss, which saw the debut of Jack Callinan - son of ex-Adelaide forward Ian - and is looking to continue playing in 2022.
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