SWALEC Finals day at the Millennium Stadium is a familiar outing for the Ponty faithful, who will be making the short trip into the Welsh capital for the fourth time in six years.
Ponty didn't have it all their own way on route to the final but deserved a little luck according to Adam Thomas.
"We had a little bit of luck coming through, but winning becomes a bit of a habit and I think that helped us through," he said.
"We had won 21 games on the bounce until Saturday (defeat to Bristol in the British & Irish Cup) so it has been a bit of a shock but we have to put things right and the boys will want to show what they can do on Monday."
Aberavon made it through to the final following victories over Llandovery and Cardiff in the semi and quarter finals respectively.
It will be the third time the two sides have met this season and it was Pontypridd who took the honours on the previous two occasions.
The league fixtures ended in 32 v 21 and 40 v 22 victories for Ponty but SWALEC finals day is a one off occasion and previous results will mean little according to Aberavon captain Chris Davies.
"Cup rugby is completely different to the league," he said.
"Ponty have obviously done really well to be where they are and they have beat us twice this season.
"But I really don't think that will count for much on the day. Cup rugby is a whole different game.
"We have had a tough run to get to the final, but in this sort of competition you know you have to play the best teams along the way, we are all just looking forward to Monday and what is going to be a really close game."