The Netherlands qualified for the men's International Hockey Federation Pro League Grand Final despite a shoot-out defeat to Argentina in Utrecht.
The visitors claimed a 4-2 victory in the shoot-out after the match at SV Kampong had finished 2-2 at the end of normal time.
The draw was enough to secure the Dutch side's place at next week's Grand Final in Amsterdam.
Argentina need a draw from their final league game against Belgium on Saturday (June 22) following their bonus point triumph to join the Dutch team at the season-ending tournament.
Mirco Pruijser guided his first-time deflection inside the near post to give the hosts the lead in the second quarter before Leandro Tolini levelled six minutes later.
Pruijser fired a rasping shot past Argentina goalkeeper Juan Vivaldi but the away side responded again through Agustin Mazzilli's well-worked goal, which sent the match to a shoot-out.
Vivaldi starred for Argentina, saving from Jonas de Geus and Seve van Ass before Ignacio Ortiz converted to hand Argentina the bonus point.
Australia, already assured of their Grand Final berth, are guaranteed to finish the league campaign in top spot as Blake Govers scored twice in a 2-0 win over world champions Belgium at Wilrijkse Plein in Antwerp.
In the women's competition, Belgium ended a five-match losing streak with a 1-0 victory over Australia at the same venue.
Ambre Ballenghein's fourth quarter penalty corner was the difference between the two sides.