T20 champions Jamaica will meet Barbados in Saturday's final of the Cricket West Indies Women's Super50 Cup after beating Guyana by 8 wickets in their semi-final contest at Providence Stadium.
After the game was delayed by rain, seam bowler Chinelle Henry gave the Jamaicans the early advantage in picking up four wickets in the first six overs.
Openers Mandy Manguru and Lashuna Toussaint were both dismissed without scoring, before the experienced Shemaine Campbelle 5 and Sheneta Grimmond 2, both fell in the 5th over.
Guyana lost their last 5 wickets for 4 runs as they were bowled out for 23 in 11.2 overs. Vanessa Watts accounted for four of the last five wickets to end with outstanding figures of 5-5, while Henry had 5-18.
With just 24 runs to get, the Jamaicans were on course for a 10 wicket win getting to 19 without loss. However, they lost Rashada Williams for 12 and Keneshia Ferron for 6 before getting home at 27-2.