JINDERA won its second thrilling final when it ran down Holbrook by 22 points in the minor semi-final at Walbundrie on Sunday.
After trailing by 31 points at quarter time, the Bulldogs produced a trademark strong finish to advance to the preliminary final.
Kerry Bahr’s side kicked four of the last five goals of the match.
Harry Weaven starred in defence, Michael D’Arcy stood tall in attack and Trent Castles was dangerous with five majors.
Sam Crawshaw enjoyed a big third term and Sam Myors flashed in and out of the play.
Holbrook’s Curtis Steele started brilliantly but was forced forward after injuring his hamstring.
Andrew Mackinlay continued his strong season with four goals.
The Brookers lost Duncan Trethowan early with a suspected rib injury.
Jindera came through relatively unscathed, with the exception of Connor Clayton, who hurt his shoulder early.