Warrington coach Steve Price branded his group’s performance”unacceptable” after they had been defeated 26-4 from Leeds.
The Wolves will face Castleford in a knockout following week and fell to fourth place in Super League after the defeat on Friday night.
“That’s not a performance I am delighted with,” Price said. “It had been unacceptable what we dished up tonight.
“We had all to play for. Charge to Leeds, I thought they showed a great deal of aim.
“But we had 15 errors. We have not done that for a very long moment. We had our greatest missed speech count.
“I did not see it coming. There is an excellent soccer team there and that is why I’m disappointed.
“To throw away two opportunities for two bites at the semi-final, that’s what I’m filthy about.”
Price is hopeful of getting half-back Declan Patton and forward Joe Philbin back available after they overlooked the Leeds match.
Warrington will take at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on the Tigers Thursday.
Price said he’d focus on his side in the lead-up to the semi-final.
“It is about getting our house in order this week,” he said.
“We need to clean up a couple of things and do what we do nicely. We can resolve a lot of things.
“We will find the gloves again. It is championship rounds, isn’t it? Now is the place where you find out your real believers.
“We will need to get back to our type of footy.”
Leeds coach Richard Agar praised his players for giving a to retiring veteran Jamie Jones-Buchanan.
Jones-Buchanan, who’s hanging his boots up after 20 years with the team, nailed a transformation at the triumph and captained the Rhinos in his game.
“It was terrific,” Agar said.
“Emotion was likely to play a large part tonight for Jonesy. We knew the crowd would thrive on that and our players flourished on it as well.
“Our defence was pretty good. We needed to make some strong last-ditch attempts.
“However, I thought throughout the contest, defensively we kept up very well.
“This was a gratifying win and pleasing that we won quite comfy in the long run.

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