Four teams, three games, one ultimate prize... countless questions to be answered.
Can the Panthers become the first team since the Eels in the early 80s to win three straight premierships or can the Broncos claim their first title since 2006?
Can the Warriors continue their fairytale season and claim the club's maiden premiership or will the Storm secure a fifth title?
All will be revealed through a sizzling September of finals footy and on to Accor Stadium on October 1 for the Telstra Premiership decider where the 2023 champion will be crowned.
Each team's Road to Glory
1st. Penrith Panthers
Penrith finished as the minor premiers and were guaranteed two home games in the finals series.
Their comprehensive 32-6 win over the Warriors in the Qualifying Final at BlueBet Stadium takes them straight through to a Preliminary Final in week three at Accor Stadium where they will meet the Storm.
A win would carry the Panthers into a fourth straight grand final.
All tries from Panthers v Warriors
2nd. Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane finished second and will now host a Preliminary Final at Suncorp Stadium in week three after downing the Storm 26-0 in Friday night's Qualifying Final.
The Broncos will play the winner of the Semi Final between the Warriors and Knights.
Broncos v Storm – Finals Week 1, 2023
3rd. Melbourne Storm
After losing to Brisbane in week one, the Storm hit back in style with a stunning last-gasp win over the Roosters to keep their season alive.
The Storm now move on to a Preliminary Final against the Panthers at Accor Stadium on Friday and will be hoping to have Jahrome Hughes back on deck.
Crazy NRL Finishes: Storm v Roosters - Finals Week 2, 2023
The Warriors have surged into their first preliminary final in 12 years with a dominant 40-10 win over the Knights.
Should they down the Broncos they will progress to the club's third grand final and a shot at a maiden premiership.
Warriors v Knights – Finals Week 2, 2023