Bermuda topped Group B of the 2013 Caribbean Football Union Women's Under 17 tournament with a comprehensive 2-0 victory over Grenada.
The win at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Haiti also put an end to Grenada's faint aspirations of reaching the semifinals knowing that a win would have given them an outside shot to qualify.
Bermuda opted to rest star striker Aaliyah Nolan, who watched from the stands and gave some of their reserves a chance to earn some valuable playing time.
After a scoreless first half, Dazhja Greaves broke the deadlock in the 60thminute when she ran down the right attacking flank and weaved her way into the penalty area to fire a shot into the nets.
That goal inspired the "Gombey Girls" to stamp their authority on the game and moments later they went up 2-0 thanks to Zahra Gibbons.
The goal came about by virtue of a precise pass from Bermuda's captain Kali Lespere which found the heels of Gibbons who easily hit past Grenadian goalie Sparkle Joseph in the 64th minute.
The unbeaten Bermuda squad will now face Haiti in Friday's semifinal encounter at 7:30 p.m.