Olympic champion Kevin Martin wrapped up round-robin play at the Canada Cup of Curling on Friday with 7-5 win over Mike McEwen in Draw 9.
Martin's Edmonton rink had already clinched a spot in Sunday's final thanks to a 7-6 victory over Winnipeg's Jeff Stoughton earlier in the day.
In late action, Glenn Howard's Coldwater, Ont., rink defeated Stoughton 5-3 to clinch a spot in Saturday's semifinal, where the two teams will face each other in a rematch.
Martin finished with a 6-0 record, while Howard and Stoughton both wound up at 4-2.
Edmonton's Kevin Koe defeated Saskatoon's Steve Laycock in 7-4 in other matchup on the men's side in Draw 9.
Koe finished with at 3-3, followed by McEwen's Winnipeg rink at 2-4. Laycock and Brad Jacobs of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., wound up 1-5.
In women's action, Chelsea Carey of Morden, Man., has a bye to Sunday's final after she defeated Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones 8-7 in Draw 8 on Friday afternoon to finish with a 5-1 record.
Jones rebounded to score two in the tenth to defeat Amber Holland of Kronau, Sask., 8-7 in Draw 9 and clinch third place in the round robin and a spot in Saturday's semifinal.
Jones (3-3) will take on Calgary's Shannon Kleibrink (5-1) in the semi.
Kleibrink, who scored three in 10th end to defeat Ottawa's Rachel Homan 6-5 in Draw 9, had already clinched second place.
Kleibrink and Carey finished with identical records, but Carey won their match in the round robin to get the bye.
Homan, Holland, Saskatoon's Stefanie Lawton and Edmonton's Heather Nedohin all finished with 2-4 records.
A guaranteed berth in the 2013 Olympic curling trials in Winnipeg are on the line this week, along with invitations to next year's Canada Cup in Moose Jaw, Sask., and the 2013 Continental Cup in Penticton, B.C.
For the first time in the Canada Cup's nine-year history, only seven teams on each side are competing in the round-robin, down from 10 in prior years.