They meet for the second time in seven days but this afternoon a grand final spot is the prize for South Coast premiers Wollongong Bulldogs and minor premiers Kiama.
The Bulldogs made it one win apiece for 2013 with a hard-fought four-point victory at Kiama last Saturday, but the stakes are much bigger in the qualifying final at Keira Oval.
The Power and Bulldogs are the best rivalry in South Coast AFL having played off in the past two grand finals, with one win apiece by less than a goal.
In 2011 the Bulldogs had a five-goal lead in the third quarter before the Power produced a stunning comeback, capped off with a premiership-winning goal after the siren.
Last year the Power led at three-quarter-time but the Dogs found something extra to clinch their maiden top grade premiership and a double, with their reserve grade also premiers.
In a year of mostly lopsided results, the Bulldogs and Power have been the dominant teams, though third-placed Bomaderry have beaten both clubs and deserve their third-placed finish.
Bomaderry take on fourth-placed Northern District in today's Elimination Final at Figtree Oval.
The winner backs up against the loser of the Bulldogs v Power in next Saturday's Preliminary Final at Bargo Sports Ground.
Finally, Illawarra Lions will be desperate to avoid a winless season against Balmain Dockers in today's final round Sydney AFL clash at North Dalton Park.
The Lions' last win was in June last year, but the Dockers are also struggling, with only three wins in 17 rounds. First bounce at 2.10pm.