Mikuru Suzuki and Fallon Sherrock have secured their qualification for the 2023/24 Paddy Power World Darts Championship from the PDC Women's Series.
The duo hold an unassailable advantage in the Women's Series rankings to secure the two qualification spots available in the sport's biggest event.
Suzuki had gone into the final weekend of Women's Series action in second place behind Beau Greaves, boasting £13,300 in prize money from the year's opening 20 events.
Sherrock sat in third with £11,100, and with fourth-placed Lisa Ashton having withdrawn from Events 21-24, she boasted a £3,300 buffer ahead of Rhian O'Sullivan.
Sherrock's win in Event 21, allied to O'Sullivan's early exit in Event 22, means that the Milton Keynes star and Suzuki now cannot be caught by the chasing pack.
Suzuki previously competed at Alexandra Palace in the 2019/20 tournament, losing out 3-2 to James Richardson - with Sherrock subsequently making history in the same event with her wins over Ted Evetts and Mensur Suljovic.
Sherrock has also competed in the past two World Championships, and will make her Alexandra Palace return in December - completing a memorable year which has seen her hit a nine-darter on the Winmau Challenge Tour and be awarded an MBE.
Sherrock's third Women's Series title of 2023 also tightened the gap on Suzuki in the race for a spot in November's Grand Slam of Darts - with the eventual second-placed star from the final Women's Series Order of Merit joining Betfred Women's World Matchplay winner Greaves in Wolverhampton.