Michael Clunan faces his biggest game as captain on Saturday as King's Lynn Town travel to Warrington in the Super Play-off final.
Victory over the Evo-Stik Northern play-off champions will see the club promoted to the National League North for the first time since 2008.
The Lynn skipper said: “Monday (Alvechurch win) was a great feeling, but we can’t get carried away as we’ve got one more big game to go.
“It is business as usual for the lads, we’ll prepare properly as we know there’s one more hurdle to go.
“It’s going to take everything, our best performance yet to get where we want to be.
“I’d probably go as far to say that Monday was probably one of our best performances of the season and if we want to get promoted it’s going to take another display like that to get us over the line.
“We’ve got another opportunity to get this club, which has so much potential, to where it should be.”
The game at Cantilever Park is expected to be a 2,500 sell-out.
For those unable to make the game, BBC Radio Norfolk will be providing full match commentary from the final.