Oak Flats will get their chance to avenge last year's District League grand final loss after booking a spot in the 2020 decider.
Bellambi earned a Premier League promotion with a 2-1 win over the Falcons last September. And, while the impact of COVID means a promotion isn't on offer this year, Oak Flats co-coach Nathan Minutillo said he was delighted to be grand final bound again.
"It's good, hopefully we get some revenge on last year I guess. The boys are excited," he said.
The Falcons moved into the decider with a 4-2 win over Picton on Saturday. In a see-sawing battle, Oak Flats twice had to come back from being a goal down to secure the victory.
The Rangers were first to hit the scoreboard through Lachlan Newman in the 36th minute and they held on to a 1-0 lead at half time at a windy King Mickey Park.
Oak Flats had to wait until the 52nd minute to get their equaliser, through Boran Caric, before Picton hit back with a Mitch Hall goal just six minutes later.
The Falcons didn't have to wait long to get an equaliser, with Caric scoring his double two minutes later to draw level at 2-all.
Daniel Munilla scored in the 66th minute to help Oak Flats take the lead, before Jamie Stevenson's goal from the penalty spot 16 minutes later rounded out the win.
"It was a good performance, considering it was very windy," Minutillo said.
"The first half, they had it. The second half, we had it. But I knew that if we could contain them against the wind in the first half, I was confident in the ability and the form that the boys have been showing in the last couple of weeks to get over the line, which we did."
The Falcons will meet the winner of next week's preliminary final between Picton and Unanderra, who clinched a 2-1 win over Fernhill in extra time on Saturday.
Whoever they meet, Minutillo expects a tough battle on October 31 at Ian McLennan Park.
"We've played Picton a couple of times this year, and they're a very tough and physical side. And they battle for the 90 minutes," he said.
"With Unanderra, over the last two years where we've played them, it's been very, very tight contests. They're a quality side. Mark's [Picciolini] scoring goals left, right and centre. And Rod [Williams] will have them in good condition to go through next week."