Maesteg Harlequins came out on top when the two sides met recently but backs coach Robbie Morris is not taking anything for granted and is only too aware the threat Senghenydd pose.
"The game against them recently was very physical and really tough," he said.
"We know what they bring to the table and they are a big physical team.
"It's a great feeling looking forward to the final and it is starting to feel real now. We just can't wait for the whole town to get behind us and have a great day out."
For Senghenydd the final is the biggest day in the club's history according to head coach, former Caerphilly hooker Chris Ferris.
"There's a huge interest in Senghennydd," he said.
"It's the biggest game of the club's history and we're all looking forward to the final.
"We'll go into the match knowing how good they are as they beat us recently in the Silver Ball. We lost that 25-12 and know we will have to play extremely well to come away with a win as they play a good game of rugby."