St Albert's College have been touted by opposing teams as the dark horses of the New England Rugby Union competition with momentum steadily building for them throughout the season.
The claim was backed up again on Saturday with a 62-20 thrashing of the Barbarians.
Albies co-coach Scott Waterson was wary of a Baa Baas outfit coming off two wins from their previous three matches said they knew they "had to be clinical."
"We started well, got a few points on them, and when they went a player down with a red card it made it very hard for them to come back," he said.
"Some days things fall in your favour and Saturday was one of those days for us."
Tom Condon crossed for a hat-trick, Sam Brandon, Joe Vary and Lachie Holz a brace with Joe Bailey rounding out the tryscorers' list.
"Our guys were pretty clinical in their execution, and maintained a focus for the full 80 minutes," Waterson said.
"Passes stuck, and the correct option chosen on most occasions. At the breakdown, Angus Roberts was outstanding and was supported by the rest of the pack, which freed up our backs to find some holes out wide."
The week before against the Blues, Waterson lauded his team for sticking to the game plan and was equally as pleased against the Baa Baas.
"Chuck [Franklin] had a plan and was very happy with the way it was played, the consistency of effort for the 80 minutes was a feature," he said.
This Saturday will mark the final round of the regular season and Albies will face the in-form second-placed Tamworth side.
"Tamworth at home will fancy their chances having won the past two contests against us and will be deserved favourites, looking to snare a home semi. We'll be happy to incrementally improve, working on a few tweaks across the park. We simply hope to do what we need to do, only better," Waterson said.