The Browns on Saturday added the outright points to their first innings win over Tea Tree Gully to leapfrog Adelaide University, which had a bye in the last round.
Kensington only made 148 in its second innings to set a target of 200 for the Bulls but the home side was bowled out for 159 with Elliot Opie taking 4/32 and Jake Brown 3/19.
East Torrens (263) took third spot by dismissing Adelaide for 229, with young quick Joel Size snaring 4/56 and Dillon King finishing the innings with 3/34. Ben Pengelly (49) top scored for Adelaide, which finished fourth.
Corey Kelly belted 90 from 69 balls to make sure Sturt (7/219) reached Prospect’s 205 after slipping to 5/134.
Daniel Drew’s unbeaten 115 led West Torrens to a seven-wicket win against Port Adelaide, which made 199 the previous week.
Northern Districts struggled to be all out for 117 in reply to Glenelg’s 345. Liam Thompson claimed 3/9 from 14 overs and spinner Will Bowering took 3/30.
Fifth-placed Southern District and Woodville opted not to play on Saturday after the Stingrays had secured first innings points the previous week.
In the semi-finals scheduled for next weekend, Kensington will host Adelaide while Adelaide University takes on East Torrens.
Ladder: Kensington (200 points), Adelaide University 195, East Torrens 195, Adelaide 170, Southern District 150, Woodville 135, Glenelg 110, Tea Tree Gully 105, Sturt 95, West Torrens 75, Northern Districts 75, Port Adelaide 45, Prospect 20.
Best with bat …
115 n.o.: Daniel Drew (West Torrens)
90: Corey Kelly (Sturt)
Best with ball …
4/42: Elliot Opie (Kensington)
4/56: Joel Size (East Torrens)
4/61: Will Daniel (Prospect)