Fareham overcame the nerve racking ordeal of a penalty shoot out victory over Winchester before clinching their place in Hampshire's Hockey Cup final with a comfortable 4-0 win over Trojans.
They shared a 2-2 draw with Winchester before edging the shoot-out 4-3 - Ben Hibberd sealing the city side's fate by hitting the post with the fifth and last stroke.
Fareham will play old adversaries Havant in the county final on May 7 - Havant brushing aside Aldershot & Farnham 5-0 before beating Southampton 2-1 in the semis.
Winchester twice hit back from behind to force a penalty stroke showdown.
Will Jones gave Fareham the lead after a slick break own the left involving Dan Evans, but Winchester levelled before half-time, Kent Langridge equalising with a disputed, deflected shot which Fareham claimed was rising above the back boards.
A trademark penalty corner by Jamie Rawlings restored Fareham's lead - only for Kieron Molloy to take the tie into a shoot out.
Fareham prevailed 4-3 on strokes, each goalkeeper making one save before Hibberd hit the upright and sent the city side home for an early lunch.
The semi-final proved a second half stroll for Fareham, who turned up the heat in the second half against Trojans, with Jamie Rawlings converting two short corners and younger brother Scott also on target. They won 4-0.
Teenager Ethan Hoddle scored twice in Havant’s 5-0 quarter-final win over Aldershot & Farnham, with Peter Lane, Freddie Hares, and Jack Stubbings adding their names to the list.
Hoddle’s spectacular second half reverse stick shot proved a winner in Havant’s 2-1 semi-final victory over Southampton.
Earlier, British Colleges starlet Hares fired Havant ahead, but Lukas Drumm equalised.
Southampton edged out Wimborne Wayfarers 2-1 in the previous round, with Todd Clark’s goal for the Dorset side proving only a consolation against strikes by Drumm and Joe Barber’s winner.
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