Camden coach Brendan Schoupp doesn't expect the Rams' premiership charge to be halted by overconfidence in Saturday's major semi-final clash against Avondale at Kiama Showground.
The Rams contested their first play-off game in 15 years last week against Shamrocks and passed with flying colours with a 34-17 victory.
"The most pleasing thing is that we came out after the break and really hit the ground running," Schoupp said.
"We executed well and we could've put a couple more points on if a few more balls went to hand."
Despite finishing second to Avondale on the ladder, the Rams may have a psychological edge after they beat the reigning premiers 15-8 and 32-22 during the regular season. Schoupp said his side was not about to get carried away.
"We've got another massive challenge this week against the benchmark of the competition," he said.
"We've had two wins against them during the year, which count for nothing now, but it does give you a bit of confidence.
"It's great for the club to have both first and second grade one win away from a grand final. It's a really good feeling but we have to keep working hard.
"We have to keep putting the effort in and keep preparing well.
"I truly believe we'll get rewarded down the track.
"We've spoken about not wasting the opportunity and not being happy with just being here."
Avondale were in devastating form over the final month or so of the regular season, with big wins over Vikings, Uni and Shoalhaven.
"They are the form team," Schoupp said.
"We've got a few areas we think we can have a crack at them and I'm sure [Wombats coach] James [Patrick] thinks he's got a few areas where they can get over the top of us.
"It's going to be a high quality game and there won't be much in it," he said.
Another plus for the Rams was last weekend's return of NSW Country rep Ben Greentree from a long injury lay-off.
"It was pleasing to see Benny out there," Schoupp said. "He showed no signs of his injuries, so he's getting back on track and we'll have him back from here on in."
University booked a minor semi-finals clash with Shamrocks after they knocked out the Wollongong Vikings 41-14 in last Sunday's elimination semi-final.
The minor semi-final will be played this Sunday at Vikings Field.