Guyana Amazon Warriors sealed a top-two spot in the Caribbean Premier League after sealing a six-wicket victory over leaders Trinbago Knight Riders on Sunday night.
Cameron Delport (37), Shimron Hetmyer (59) and Sherfane Rutherford (45 not out in 13 balls) helped Guyana chase down 155 in 14.1 overs as they narrowly pipped Jamaica Tallahwahs to second spot courtesy of a superior run rate.
Guyana finished level on points with Jamaica, but their net run rate of 0.298 to Jamaica's 0.222 means they will now face the Knight Riders once more on Tuesday in the play-offs.
Trinbago, having already confirmed their place at the top of the table, were reduced to 23/3 but Denesh Ramdin's stand of 54 with Darren Bravo helped to steady the ship.
Ramdin was dismissed off the bowling of Rayad Emrit for 32 but Kevon Cooper's quick-fire 30 alongside the West Indian brought the total target to a respectable 154/7 from their 20 overs.
Luke Ronchi could only manage one run before he fell to Australia legspinner Fawad Ahmed and Delport was caught and bowled by Cooper as Trinbago sensed another win.
But the Amazon Warriors didn't falter in their chase at the Guyana National Stadium as the 62-run stand between Hetmyer and Rutherford made all the difference.
Hetmyer hit five sixes while Rutherford's aggressive approach swung the tide as six of the 13 balls he faced went over the ropes to remind critics of his qualities.
The two sides will face each other again for a place in the final and in the eliminator this week, St. Kitts Patriots will square off with the Jamaica Tallawahs on Wednesday.
Watch Trinbago v Guyana live on Sky Sports Cricket from 11pm on Tuesday.