The 18-19 Detail First Premier League Men's 1st Grade Grand Final will feature Eastern Shore rivals, Clarence and Lindisfarne, after each recorded convincing Semi-Final victories over the weekend.
The Grand Final runs for three days and begins at Blundstone Arena from Friday until Sunday.
At Kangaroo Bay, Clarence batted into the second day to compile an insurmountable total of over 200 - led by opener Jesse Dinnie (109 from 344 deliveries) that North Hobart couldn't reel in after their top order collapsed.
Daniel Salpietro was the Roos' best with the ball, taking 4/28 as the Demons were bowled out for 146.
At Lindisfarne, the Lightning were in all sorts of trouble at 7/68 after South Hobart-Sandy Bays' Kyle Wisniewski (7/69) routed the top order.
They rebuilt to 234, though, largely off the back of Jarrod Freeman & Matt Wilkie's partnership of 142 for the eighth wicket.
In reply, the Sharks collapsed too. Falling to 5/20, with the only resistance coming from middle order bat, Sean Willis (32), as they fell for just 69.
Lindisfarne will be hoping they're 'third time lucky' in this decider, having fallen at the final hurdle in the One-Day and T20 Finals already this summer.
The Final will be on livestream for all three days at the Cricket Tasmania Premier League website.