Needing the win the secure their position in New Zealand next year, the next generation of PNG stars pulled together another strong team performance to beat Samoa by eight wickets.
The win and automatic qualification was made even sweeter after PNG failed to qualify for the previous edition of ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup when they lost to Fiji in qualification.
Samoa were looking to get their second win of the tournament but found themselves up against a team in hot form and with a clear goal and were no match for the Garamuts.
Despite a promising start with the bat, once the first wicket fell Samoa were in trouble with only two batters making it to double figures.
PNG may well have been chasing a considerably smaller total if they had not given Samoa 35 extras in a total of just 89.
Medium pacer and player of the match Leke Morea (3/10 off 7 overs) was unplayable with the ball while Ovia Sam (3/24 off 9.4 overs) also chipped in with three wickets.
PNG’s opening batters then set about knocking the total off in short time with a 72-run opening stand between Simon Atai (35 off 44) and Igo Mahuru (31* off 50).
A couple of late wickets were small compensation for the Samoan bowlers who have worked hard throughout the tournament but in the end PNG cruised to victory in just the 20th over.
PNG captain Vagi Karaho was elated after the match and with news of their qualification quickly filtering back home, it was clear just how much it meant for these young Garamuts to earn their place back in the World Cup.