Warrington are within 80 minutes of a maiden Grand Final appearance after a hard-fought Super League play-off victory over Hull .
The Challenge Cup winners secured only their third victory in 11 play-off ties to bring Hull's season to an end.
The first try came when Hull full-back Richard Horne spilled one of Lee Briers' towering kicks. Trent Waterhouse was the first to reach the ball to record the opening try of the match.
Richie Myler sliced through a gap in the visitors' defence to score the game's second try.
There was no way back for Hull when centre Stefan Ratchford scored Wolves' third try on 53 minutes.
Brett Hodgson went over for his side's fourth try to stretch his side's lead to 24-0. Despite a couple of late tries it was not enough.
They join Wigan, St Helens and Leeds in the semis.
Wigan are almost certain to choose Leeds as their semi-final opponents in the Clubcall announcement, and if that is the case Warrington will be handed the chance to avenge last week's home defeat by St Helens.