Poland won home gold in the team event at the opening International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup leg of the men's season in Wisla.
The quartet of Kamil Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Jakub Wolny and Dawid Kubacki registered 1026.6 points after each athlete jumped twice.
Żyła registered the furthest distance of the day with 130.5 metres but it was Stoch who achieved the best points total.
The triple Olympic gold medallist and defending overall individual World Cup champion registered 138.8 for his effort of 129m.
Germany's team of Karl Geiger, Markus Eisenbichler, Stephan Leyhe and Richard Freitag won silver today with a tally of 1015.5.
Austria's Michael Hayböck, Clemens Aigner, Daniel Huber and Stefan Kraft scored 972.0 for bronze.
There was disappointment for Pyeongchang 2018 champions and reigning Nations Cup winners Norway, who fielded three of the quartet who won the Olympic title in South Korea in February - Johann André Forfang, Robert Johansson and Daniel-André Tande.
Johansson was disqualified for an illegal suit and Norway did not qualify for the second round of jumps.
The individual final will be held tomorrow.
Evgeniy Klimov of Russia led through 50 qualifiers yesterday, with Stoch sneaking through in 48th place.