Penrith Panthers produced a dramatic late rally but Melbourne Storm held on to win a fourth premiership in the NRL era.
St Helens and Wigan Warriors were big winners in Friday's Super League action as Leeds Rhinos and Salford Red Devils felt their force.
Greg Eden scored a hat-trick against his former club, while Wakefield Trinity claimed their first win since the restart on Thursday.
For the first time in the history of Super League, the Grand Final will be staged away from Old Trafford.
We take a look at the numbers behind Melbourne Storm's dominance since 2011 ahead of Sunday's NRL Grand Final.
Catalans Dragons face a fixture pile-up after they had a third game postponed as a result of positive coronavirus tests.
Luke Gale struck with a drop-goal just four minutes from time to seal a narrow win over Salford Red Devils at Wembley.
Dylan Edwards charged over for the match-clinching third Penrith Panthers try as they reached the October 25 NRL showpiece.
After missing out on a place in the Grand Final in 2019, Melbourne Storm secured a return to the showpiece by beating Canberra Raiders.
Tommy Makinson scored three tries before half-time as St Helens dominated Wakefield Trinity in Super League.