TERANG Mortlake and Camperdown will meet for the second time in seven days in next weekend's Hampden league elimination final after Portland's final round loss shored up their finals spots.
The Bloods ground out a 11.10 (76) to 7.16 (58) win against the Magpies at Leura Oval to finish fourth, one rung above the Pies with two more wins for the home and away season.
Camperdown was six points up at half-time but wasted opportunities, kicking 3.12 in the first half.
Terang Mortlake slotted eight goals to four after the main break to get the edge.
The Tigers' 16.9 (105) to 8.8 (56) loss to Koroit condemned them to sixth spot on the ladder, behind the Pies on percentage.
Reigning premier Warrnambool will enter the week off for finishing atop the table on the back of a 17.15 (117) to 7.5 (47) win against Hamilton Kangaroos at Reid Oval.
Blues captain Jason Rowan kicked 11 goals to bring up a century of goals for the third time in a home and away campaign.
Rowan finished with 101 majors for the season.
North Warrnambool Eagles won a high-scoring battle over South Warrnambool at Bushfield Recreation Reserve.
The Eagles won 22.12 (144) to 16.6 (102).
Port Fairy finished with the wooden spoon after suffering a 10-point loss to Cobden.
The Bombers won 15.15 (105) to 14.11 (95) to finish their season on a positive note.
Koroit will play North Warrnambool Eagles in Saturday's qualifying final, with the Terang Mortlake-Camperdown rematch to be played next Sunday.