ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 28: Scott Boland of the VIC Bushrangers bowls during day 3 of the Sheffield Shield Final match between South Australia and Victoria at Gliderol Stadium on March 28, 2016 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Victoria will take all the momentum into next week's Sheffield Shield final after beating Western Australia in the final round of the competition to book their spot in the big dance for the second year in a row.

It means the two teams - with Western Australia having already qualified ahead of the final regular season fixtures - will turn out in Perth again for the game with Western Australia holding hosting rights, which kicks off at the WACA next Thursday.

The Victorians not only had to win, but claim bonus points which would put them ahead of the Queensland Bulls who played the Tasmanian Tigers during the final round, but ultimately, needn't have worried, with the Bulls and Tigers settling for a draw in Hobart.

Victoria were dominant in their win over an understrength Warriors outfit, with the state ultimately peeling off a seven-wicket win in a small chase of 61 on the final morning of the match.

The visitors found themselves in the slow going early on, but ultimately reached the total inside 90 minutes of action after a four-wicket haul from the recently returned Scott Boland put them in pole position on Day 3 to qualify for the final.

The final between Western Australia and Victoria is a repeat of last year's fixture, which was also held at the WACA in Perth.

On that occasion, the match was drawn, with Western Australia scoring more first innings bonus points to take the upper hand in the game, before batting for 163 overs in their second innings to ensure Victoria couldn't come over the top to win the game.

The five-day final kicks off next Thursday and will be broadcast on Fox Sports, with play expected to start at 10am local time - or 1pm (AEDT).

Zero Wicket will have all the key details in the lead up to the game.