The Black Ferns Sevens have booked their spot in the final of the Sydney leg of the World Series with a comfortable 24-7 win over France on Sunday.
Stacey Fluhler was the star for the New Zealanders, running in a quartet of tries to help pave her side's way to a final against Canada.
Earlier, NZ overcame a stern challenge from England, fighting back from a halftime deficit to race away to a 26-12 win.
Trailing by five points at the interval, the world champions flew out of the gates in the second stanza, as quick tries to Niall Williams, Theresa Fitzpatrick, and Fluhler clinched the contest.
The world champions are chasing their fourth consecutive tournament title, after wins in Dubai, Cape Town, and Hamilton.
The Ferns - who lead the World Series standings by 12 points - have taken out the last three tournaments in Dubai, Cape Town and Hamilton.
The final will kick-off at 10:26pm (NZT).