Fiona Steed's charges managed to 'nil' both Ulster and Connacht and beat Leinster, Sunday's opponents, on a 9-6 scoreline at Crosshaven RFC.
Historically, Munster-Leinster clashes are extremely tight affairs and this weekend's game will be no different as Leinster look to put an end to Munster's reign.
This is the fourth year both sides have met in the Interprovincial decider and going on previous results, the Donnybrook decider will no doubt be a great occasion and highly competitive.
Admission to the finals is free and Phillips, the sponsors of the Leinster side, will be giving away a 42" TV to one lucky supporter on the day.
Leinster coach Philip Doyle has named his starting line-up for Sunday's final, with co-captain Tania Rosser partnering Shannon Houston at half-back in an exciting back-line which includes winger Nora Stapleton and full-back Jackie Shiels.
Place-kicker Stapleton was Leinster's only scorer in their recent defeat to Munster, landing two penalties. The eastern province have shown good form in recent weeks, with a 33-8 win over Connacht and a 48-0 triumph away in Ulster.
Debbie Clarke starts in an experienced back row alongside fellow Irish internationals Orla Brennan and Sinead Ryan, with co-captain Fiona Coghlan leading a strong front row.
Munster coach Steed has named an extended squad of 25 as the management wait on a final decision regarding injuries. The team will be finalised on Saturday evening.
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