South Hobart have won hosting rights for the National Premier Leagues Grand Final as they managed a 3-1 victory over South Australia's Campbelltown City on Sunday Afternoon.
South Hobart went for the match from the very start with Caleb Ludlow helping the Tasmanian champions to gain the upper hand in the match.
In the 24th minute South Hobart finally made that domination pay as a short corner was crossed in by Shae Hickey to the far post allowing Lucas Hill to head down for Jordan Templin to tap-in the opener.
It was nearly two for Templin moments later as Kostas Kanakaris sent in a cross for the striker but he sent his header wide.
Campbelltown City had their first chance in the 28th minute as Todd McSorley hit a powerful shot from a free-kick that was denied by Matthew Ferguson's punch away.
South Hobart's Kanakaris was able to force another impressive save from Les Pogliacomi as he cut inside his defender and hit powerfully, looking destined for the upper right corner but Pogliacomi made an impressive save.
The South Australians nearly found an equalizer just after as Cakvin Mbarga made a run darting around his defender before shooting past Ferguson only for Nick Morton to rush back and clear the ball off of the line.
South Hobart resumed their control of the match late in the half but they were unable to find a second goal as they had to settle for a 1-0 lead at the break.
Facing a deficit Campbelltown City went to the bench early bringing on three attacking players in the early stages of the second half.
Kanarkis continued to look dangerous and in the 79th minute he made a vital run down the left to cross in for Chris Hunt who was able to send the ball low and out of the keepers reach to give Campbelltown City two goals to chase in the final ten minutes.
Harrison Thomas was then given enough space to find Nick Morton who slammed the ball past Pogliacomi to put the Tasmanians up 3-0.
With South Hobart firmly through to the final Campbelltown City salvaged a consolation goal as time ran out as Oliver Totani put one away but in stoppage time he turned villain as he was shown his second yellow forcing Campbelltown to finish the loss with ten men.