Torrington beat Topsham 8-6 at Donnacroft in the semi-final on Saturday.
Torrington are on the way to the Devon Junior Cup final after grinding out an 8-6 win over Topsham.
Waiting for them in the final at Donnacroft on April 30 will be either North Tawton or Tamar Saracens, who have yet to settle their differences.
Torrie were well on top in the opening period, applying a lot of pressure to the visitors, although they only crossed the line once – Tom Gooch the man who finished off a fine move in the corner.
George Jones also kicked a penalty for the home side, but despite being out-muscled for much of the first half, Topsham kept in range with a try from scrum-half Gwyn Parks.
The second period saw a reversal of fortunes with the visitors this time dominating the hosts.
But for all their efforts after the interval, they managed to add only another Parks penalty, not enough to change the game and it was Torrington who held on to progress to the final.