BONNYRIGG White Eagles have sealed their place in the 2013 National Premier Leagues NSW Men's 1 Elite competition grand final.
The Eagles soared into the big game after defeating Sydney United 58 FC in a penalty shootout, 5-3, on Sunday at Sydney United Sports Centre.
Scores were locked 1-1 and level again after extra-time with a penalty shootout then needed to separate them.
Robbie Younis' scored for the White Eagles to take them ahead 1-0 but United's Luka Glavas levelled, making it 1-1.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles coach Brian Brown was delighted for everyone involved in the club after they made the grand final.
"I'm delighted for the team; the players, the club, and the supporters," Brown said.
"We've worked hard all year to get to where we are now and now there's just one game to go."
Brown said the club felt for Nik Zonjic who will miss the grand final through suspension.
"I do feel bad for Nik, he's been one of our best players all season and words can't describe what he feels right now," Brown said.
"I'm not looking at who we are playing; we'll be focusing on getting our structure and performance right on the day."
The Eagles will play the winner of the United and Rockdale City Suns final this Sunday at a venue yet to be advised.
The grand final is at Centrebet Stadium at Penrith on Sunday, September 15.
United coach Mark Rudan was disappointed by the loss yet felt his side could hold their heads high after the effort they showed.
"It was a close game," Rudan said.
"When it goes to penalties it can go either way but I thought we created the better of the opportunities . . . over the course of the 120 minutes."