County Antrim progressed to the Junior final at Super Cup NI as they defeated Club NI 3-0 in the all-Northern Ireland semi-final at Ballymoney.
The Antrim boys' opposition on Friday night will be American side GPS Bayern who beat Rangers 2-0 in Portstewart.
Ghanaian club Right to Dream will take on Mexican side Club America in the Premier Section final.
Two late goals helped Right to Dream defeat Newcastle United 2-1 while Club America beat O'Higgins of Chile 1-0.
Christopher McKee's early penalty put County Antrim ahead against Club NI at the Riada Stadium in Ballymoney.
Club NI were inches away from getting on terms before half-time as Vicky Saldanha headed against a post.
However, Carson Elliott doubled Antrim's lead in the second half as he fired to the net from outside the box after a delightful drag-back while the third goal came late after a corner rebounded in off unlucky Club NI keeper Conor Byrne.
Matthew Longstaff's fifth-minute free-kick looked set to earn Newcastle victory in the Premier semi-final at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
However, the Ghanaian club, who won the junior competition in both 2016 and 2016, hit two goals in the final eight minutes with Ibrahim Sadiq levelling on 62 before Danish youngster Mikkel Damsgaard drilled in the winner three minutes later.
Both of Friday's finals will be broadcast live on the BBC Sport website with the junior final kicking off at 18:00 BST and the Premier decider starting at 20:00.