Ireland beat England 4-1 to book their place in Saturday's final at the European Senior Men's Team Championship in Sweden but the Senior Women lost 4-1 to England and now face Germany for third place in Slovakia.
Following a 3 and 2 foursomes win for John Mitchell and Eamon Haugh further wins followed for Jim Carvill (6&5) and Adrian Morrow (5&4) to send Ireland into the final where they will seek their sixth title against Denmark, who beat Scotland 3.5-1.5 in the other semi final at PGA Sweden National near Malmo.
On course for a sixth European title, Morrow, Mitchell and Garth McGimpsey were all members of the last winning Irish team in 2015.
In the European Ladies' Amateur Team Championship at Skalica Golf Resort in Slovakia, defending champions Ireland lost 4-1 to England, who now face France for the title.
Laura Webb secured the only point for Ireland as she overcame Fiona Edmond in her singles match. Ireland now face Germany, who were beaten by 4-1 by France, in the third and fourth place playoff for the bronze medal.