Unbeaten Collingwood have continued to knock over New Zealand's strongest teams at the Super Club tournament in Nelson, hammering Central Pulse 54-40 to reach the final.
An 18-7 domination of the third quarter set up victory in Thursday's semi-final, making it four from four for the Magpies at the eight-team tournament.
Their opponents in Friday's decider will come from the winner of the semi-final between New Zealand's Northern Mystics and Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic.
Those teams suffered one loss each in the group phase while Collingwood have marched to victory in all their four games, with their winning margins ranging from 12 to 19 goals.
Central Pulse are the reigning Kiwi domestic champions and were expected to provide a stiff challenge.
However, after winning the second quarter by three goals to close 24-22 down at halftime, the Pulse melted in the face of increased Collingwood intensity.
Magpies captain Geva Mentor said her team realised they'd lost their way in the second 15 minutes.
"It was important that we stamped our authority out there and I think have a bit of fun as well," Mentor told Sky Sport NZ.
"It was a bit tense in that second quarter so we just played a bit more free, had a bit more fun out there and obviously the scoreboard took care of itself."
Pulse skipper and star Silver Ferns defender Katrina Rore paid tribute to a classy Collingwood team, whose tight marking provided something her team couldn't cope with.
"To play a team in the top four in the Aussie leg, we'll be all the better for it," she said.
Collingwood's Jamaican shooter Shimona Nelson continued a prolific tournament, landing 41 of 44 shots while goal attack Nat Medhurt was her industrious self, creating space and landing 10 of 11 shots.
Goal defence Matilda Garrett had her best performance of the week, effecting a number of turnovers through tight marking.