Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Jharkhand left it late but in the end qualified for the knockout stage of the Vijay Hazare Trophy with a six-wicket win over Jammu and Kashmir at the Bengal cricket academy ground at Kalyani on Monday.
The fact that Services registered a win against Hyderabad helped Jharkhand make the last eight stage.
In a low-scoring affair, Services won by five wickets after Hyderabad were bundled out for just 88. Services scored 92/5 in just 20.2 overs.
Coming to Jharkhand's tie, left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem returned with best figures of 5/42 to bowl Jammu and Kashmir out for a paltry 184 in 43 overs.
Owais Shah top-scored for Parvez Rasool led side with a defiant 59 off 106 balls.
In reply, the top-order batsman Kumar Deobrat engineered a strokeful 78 runs off 94 deliveries, which included five fours and four sixes.
Dhoni finished the match with an innings of 19 runs off 17 balls hitting two fours and a six.
The in-form batsman Saurabh Tiwary also continued his rich vein of form with the bat with a run-a-ball 30 (two sixes).
(With inputs from IANS)