Player coach Mark Ralph led Glynhill Kelburne into the Euro Final in Lille.
Kelburne took to the pitch knowing a positive result against the Austrian Champions Arminen would see them progress to the final.
Chris Nelson opened the scoring with an unstoppable reverse stick shot from a narrow angle, this proved to be the only socre of the first half.
Second half began with Kelburne earning a penalty corner and Willie Marshall's shot on goal was illegally stopped on the line by a defender, Alan Forsyth coolly despatched the resultant penalty stroke for his 42nd goal of the season.
Arminen pulled a goal back when Kelburne were down to 10 men after Michael Bremner was sin binned, though on his return to action he was involved with the buildup to Kelburne's 3rd goal along with Johnny Christie who set up brother Michael for Kelburne's 3rd.
Arminen pulled 2 goals back as they went all out for the victory though Kelburne were able to see out time with Mark Ralph and Mark Fulton controlling things at the back.
French Champions Lille or HC Bra from Italy now stand in Kelburne's way as they seek to complete the 2nd leg of a treble.
Game will be shown live on the Internet with a 2.15 GMT pushback ; http://www.hockeywebtv.be/HOCKEYWEBTV/FR/international/eurohockey_2012_lille/
Good luck Mark and his team from all at Kelburne.