Surrey will strive to make it four T20 wins in a row when they take on Birmingham Bears in Friday's final NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final clash, at the Kia Oval.
The home side surged to second spot in the South Group with a late run of victories and now have the Bears in their sights, with a place at Finals Day at Edgbaston at stake.
Surrey opener Jason Roy told his club's website: "It's going to be huge. We've not played anywhere near to our potential but we've put in some good performances. A home quarter-final is the best you can hope for at the start of this competition."
Roy struck a vital 78 off 43 balls to propel his side into the last eight but his current run tally of 276 in this year's competition is dwarfed by the 450 scored by the club's leading run-scorer, Aaron Finch.
The Australian has also hit the most fours (44), sixes (23) and taken the most catches (seven) for Gareth Batty's side.
Birmingham have the second-highest wicket-taker in the group stage in their ranks - Jeetan Patel's haul of 19 only eclipsed by the 22 wickets bagged by Leicestershire's Clint McKay.
Bears skipper Grant Elliott told his county's website that his squad has the depth to reach a third Finals Day in four years.
"We have a very exciting group of players with lots of match-winners," he said. "Everyone in the squad has played a part in this T20 campaign so it's a very exciting position to be in going into the quarter-finals. Hopefully we can come out on top.
"We have had a lot of changes in our team during the competition and have adapted well with a lot of different players contributing. In T20, two guys can take the game away from the opposition so hopefully those two guys will be on our side on Friday."
Birmingham squad: Grant Elliott (c), Tim Ambrose (wk), Ian Bell, Colin de Grandhomme, Sam Hain, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Adam Hose, Ateeq Javid, Alex Mellor (wk), Jeetan Patel, Ed Pollock, William Porterfield, Josh Poysden, Boyd Rankin, Dom Sibley, Olly Stone, Aaron Thomason
Surrey squad: Gareth Batty (c), Scott Borthwick, Rory Burns, Rikki Clarke, Sam Curran, Jade Dernbach, Aaron Finch, Ben Foakes (wk), Moises Henriques, Will Jacks, Stuart Meaker, Ryan Patel, Ollie Pope, Jason Roy, Freddie van den Bergh
Watch Surrey take on Birmingham Bears in Friday's NatWest Blast T20 quarter-final live on Sky Sports Cricket from 7pm on Friday.