The Warriors chased down the 243 run total before stumps on the third day, doing so four wickets down.

Youngster Josh Philippe got his side over the line remaining 53 not out after Sam Whiteman (44), Cameron Bancroft (52), Mitch Marsh (31) and Josh Inglis (29) all made solid contributions.

They'll now need to win their remaining matches against Tasmania and Queensland to be a chance of finishing in the top two teams.

Warriors captain Mitch Marsh said the way his side bounced back from their innings loss last week was pleasing.

"It was certainly an enjoyable three days and I really enjoy leading this team," he said.

"I think our second innings batting was most pleasing with the lessons we learned from the first innings.

"A lot of us got out driving to the swinging ball but today we applied ourselves in as tough conditions as you'll find with the ball swinging the whole time.

"When the ball is swinging like that you have to be really decisive with your feet, so the way we responded with the bat was probably the most pleasing thing and I'm stoked for the boys."

The Redbacks entered day three 8-218 with captain Travis Head looking to add to his 72.

But he fell in the opening over and the visitors were eventually all out for 240 with Matt Kelly taking a career-best 6-67 and earning player of the match honours.

The Warriors run chase started impressively with the only 100-run stand of the match as Bancroft and Whiteman put on 112 for the first wicket.

That set the tone for WA who steadied after both openers fell with Marsh and Inglis putting on another 61 runs.

Philippe and Hilton Cartwright (12 not out) then saw the Warriors home with an unbroken stand of 63.

The Warriors now prepare for a trip to Hobart to face Tasmania in their RD 9 clash at Blundstone Arena starting next Tuesday.