Henty's Kerry Boyle, Glenn Harrison and Kim Maher clinched the Albury and District triples title by a shot.
The trio faced clubmates Peter Forck, Gary Kern and Peter White in the decider at Henty and trailed by as many as eight, but Boyle's side produced a stunning comeback for a 24-23 victory.
Forck's side raced to a 4-0 lead after three ends, but Boyle's team clawed it back to 9-all on 10 ends.
Five of the next six went to Forck to set up the biggest lead of the match, 17-10.
The margin was extended to eight thanks to a four on the 20th end and another single on end 21, but Boyle drew level again with two fours.
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One on the penultimate end gave Forck the lead by a shot, but Boyle picked up two to claim the title by the barest of margins, 24-23.
It was an all-Lavington final in the senior triples as Max Scanlan, Bill Davison and Allan Pantling defeated Fred Markham, Les Waldron and Graeme White, 32-19, at the Commercial Club.
Markham's side started well to lead 5-1 on four ends, but the next four went to Scanlan as they hit the front, 9-5, after eight.
Scanlan was up by two, 11-9, on eleven ends, before the floodgates opened with 18 shots coming in the next five ends to make it a 29-9 lead.
Ultimately, the deficit was too much to overcome as Scanlan's side finished 32-19 victors.
The president's reserve final went the way of the Commercial Club with Mike Hodgess, Mike Smith and Robert Fredericks 20-11 winners on their home green against Oaklands' Ron Bonat, Brian Gee and John Danaher.
Hodgess' trio set up the win with a strong start to lead 11-4 after 10 ends.
Bonat's side never got within five shots in the second half as the Commercial Club outfit held them at bay to win, 20-11.
The Albury and District fours champions will be decided on Sunday with Holbrook's Chris Heather to await the winner of Culcairn's David Moore and North Albury's Bob Gough in the open final at Holbrook.
Howlong's Phil Slater meets North Albury's Ken Allen in the senior final at North Albury, while Bonat takes on North Albury's Rob Unsworth for the president's reserve title at Culcairn.