South Korea and Japan are through to the men's junior team recurve final after both sides came through their last-four matches at the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
Kim Hyeon-jong, who has also reached the individual gold medal match, Kim Pil-joong and Lee jin-yong thrashed Alexander Wise, Ryan Pinder and Jacob Reid 6-0 to book their place in the final.
Japan, represented by Tomatsu Daisuke, Kuwae Yoshito and Ishii Yuta, progressed with a 5-3 win over the Dutch trio of Damian Vaes, Gijs Broeksma and Jonah Wilthagen.
The team from the Netherlands recovered from their semi-final defeat to take bronze by defeating Britain 6-2.
South Korea will have the chance to sweep the team recurve events, as their women's squad also secured a spot in the final.
Jang Min-hee, Lee Gah-yun and Cha Song-hui were too strong for the Spanish team of Elia Canales, Maria Pitarch and Monica Galisteo as they claimed a comfortable 6-2 win.
South Korea's opponents in the final, which will take place in front of the Spanish capital's Royal Palace, will be Chinese Taipei.
The Chinese Taipei side, comprising Sun Yun-Ching, Su Szu-Ping and Yeh Yu-Chen, outclassed Ukraine's Yevhenia Chybisova, Zhanna Naumova and Sikalo Yelyzaveta 6-0 to cruise into the gold-medal match.
A total of 11 different nations claimed bronze medals today.
The cadet finals are tomorrow, followed by the junior finals on Sunday (August 25).