In the Premier Division, South Shields and Warrington Town will be at home to Nantwich Town and Buxton, after Farsley Celtic prevailed in a thrilling title race.
Whoever wins the Premier Division play-offs will then have to proceed to a so-called "super play-off" against their Southern League Central equivalent.
At step four, the play-off winners will be sweating over having a good enough points per game record to earn promotion - only five of the seven play-off winners at that level can go up.
Pontefract Collieries boast the best chance, having come second in the East Division, and they host Ossett United, while Brighouse Town face Sheffield.
In the West Division, late drama on the final day meant Leek Town secured a home tie against Colne, with Ramsbottom United travelling to Radcliffe.
All games will be played on Tuesday 30 April (7.45pm) unless otherwise stated
South Shields v Buxton
Warrington Town v Nantwich Town
Brighouse Town v Sheffield FC
Pontefract Collieries v Ossett United
Radcliffe FC v Ramsbottom United
Leek Town v Colne*
*to be played on Wednesday 1 May (7.45pm)