Brisbane Blaze will feature in both the men's and women's final of the inaugural Hockey One competition, to be played as a double-header in Melbourne on Saturday.
HC Melbourne earned hosting rights as the top women's team, but did it the hard way after scraping past Canberra Chill in a shootout on Sunday.
Neither side could score in regular time, before Melbourne's Hockeyroos 'keeper Rachael Lynch amazingly saved all five shoot-out attempts to see them through.
Fitzpatrick sisters Kendra and Madison both scored in Brisbane's 3-0 defeat of Adelaide in Brisbane on Saturday.
The Blaze men thumped Tassie Tigers 7-1 to set up a rematch with the unbeaten NSW Pride.
The Pride, stacked with Kookaburras, scored five goals in the third quarter to beat HC Melbourne 6-2 in their semi-final.
They will start heavy favourites against a Blaze team they beat 5-0 in Brisbane a fortnight ago.
Hockey One general manager Tony Dodemaide said the decision to rotate grand final hosting rights yearly between the top-ranked men's and women's team - starting with women this year - was a nod to the "true gender equality" of the sport.
HOCKEY ONE FINALS
NSW Pride v Brisbane Blaze - 2pm AEDT
HC Melbourne v Brisbane Blaze - 4pm AEDT