The battle to reach the NRLW finals will go down to the last weekend of the regular season after Canberra and Gold Coast claimed strong wins on Sunday.
The Raiders were never threatened against North Queensland, piling on the first 26 points in their 34-12 win, while it was a similar story in the Titans' 34-12 win against Parramatta.
With one round left, the Titans (third, 12 points) and Brisbane (fourth, 10 points) can each secure finals with a win next weekend, while Canberra (fifth, 10 points) will need either to slip up if they're to crack the top four.
The Raiders play the Titans and would need to win by at least 12 points to overturn a points-differential gap and jump them, or could reach the top four if the Broncos fall to St George Illawarra.
But that might be achievable if in-form five-eighth Zahara Temara continues her stunning campaign, having torn apart the Cowboys with a try and two assists as her Dally M Medal case continues to build.
Reflecting on an up-and-down season in which some late fade-outs have prevented them from already securing a finals berth, captain Simaima Taufa said Canberra only had themselves to blame.
"We put ourselves in that position with lapses in our performances the last couple of weeks," she said.
"But in saying that, we've put ourselves in a position where we can earn our spot in the finals series and when it comes down to it, it's who turns up on the day.
"That's the aim of the game, to get to the final series, and I know our girls are going to lift for that moment.
"We're slowly building, we're getting there and it's going to come down to the way we fight each and every week."
Bench hooker Emma Barnes' first-half try was probably the pick of the bunch, with Temara gathering her own chip-and-chase to put her teammate through for 22-0.
The only major negatives from the Raiders' biggest win in their young history were a pair of serious-looking injuries.
English second-rower Hollie-Mae Dodd went down with a non-contact knee injury and was undergoing evaluation on her anterior cruciate ligament, while centre Mackenzie Wiki left the field with a leg complaint.
Later, the Titans had a scare when Parramatta's Kimberley Hunt found the match's first points but responded emphatically with five straight tries.
Powerful centre Jaime Chapman looked unstoppable in scoring a hat-trick, while five-eighth Chantay Kiria-Ratu was in similarly strong touch with a pair of tries and another assist.
The Titans' two tries in the last 10 minutes could prove vital for a much-needed points differential boost.