South Korean Bae Jae-hyeon will face Mete Gazoz of Turkey in the final of the men's recurve event after they came through their respective last four contests at the Archery World Cup in Berlin.
Bae defeated team mate and London 2012 Olympic champion Oh Jin-hyek 6-4 in his semi-final, while Gazoz overcame Italy's Mauro Nespoli on a tiebreak at Maifield in the shadow of the famous Olympiastadion.
Gazoz will be out to clinch his second consecutive victory at the Berlin leg of the World Cup circuit after he won the event in 2018.
Nespoli and Oh will be left to battle it out for bronze.
"I think this field is much better for me than Antalya because I was third in Antalya but here I’m in the final again," said Gazoz.
The women's recurve title will be claimed by either An San or Jeon Ina as the two will clash in an all-South Korean final.
An thrashed Tan Ya-ting of Chinese Taipei with a 6-0 whitewash and Jeon edged out China's An Qixuan 6-4.
World number one Mike Schloesser of the Netherlands ousted Braden Gellenthein of the United States 145-142 in the semi-finals of the men's compound tournament.
Schloesser will take on Evren Cagiran for gold after the Turkish archer beat American Kris Schaff 144-141.
France's Sophie Dodemont and Alexis Ruiz of the US will contest the women's compound final.
Dodemont proved too strong for Turkey's Yesim Bostan 142-141, while Ruiz upset Sara Lopez of Colombia 145-144.