Kildare Catholic College progressed through to their first Creed Shield final courtesy of a thrilling penalty shootout win on Wednesday night.
Kildare defeated Wagga High School 5-4 in a thrilling semi-final at Rawlings Park and will meet arch-rival Mater Dei Catholic College in Wednesday night's decider.
The scores were locked at 0-0 at the end of regular time and neither Kildare, who were down to 10 men, or Wagga High were able to find a winner in five minutes each way of extra time.
That sent the semi-final to a shootout, where it took eight shots from each team before Kildare came out on top 5-4.
Kildare keeper Ashton Bourke pulled off a couple of brilliant saves as he proved the hero in the win.
Kildare coach Stasiu Dorcsak said it was certainly a nervewracking finish to the semi-final.
"We were starting to go through everyone and I think there were a few players starting to get a bit worried," Dorcsak laughed.
"Wagga High were on top in the first 10-15 minutes and our guys managed to hold them and during the second half we were actually on top.
"The fact that we were able to play with 10 and we basically closed Wagga High out, they had no chances really in extra time and we had a couple of opportunities to steal the game at that stage and had the better of the play so I think in the balance of it, it was justified that we went through."
Meantime, The Riverina Anglican College will meet Wagga High in the final of the Shipard Shield.
TRAC overcame Mater Dei 2-0 in their semi-final, while six goals from Tamara Cochrane helped Wagga High to a 7-0 win over Kooringal High in the other semi.
The finals will be played at Gissing Oval on Wednesday night with the Shipard Shield at 6pm and the Creed Shield at 7.30pm.
Kildare 5 d Wagga High (in penalty shootout)
Mater Dei 5 d Kooringal High 0
Wagga High 7 d Kooringal High 0
TRAC 2 d Mater Dei 0