The win means the third-placed Warriors remain in the hunt for a Shield final berth, after second-placed New South Wales lost to ladder leaders Victoria.

The Tigers are out of contention in fifth, they next host NSW, while the Warriors meet Queensland.

Western Australia needed ten wickets to secure victory, when the hosts resumed at 0-54 on the final day.

WA got off to a great start, with Tigers openers Jordan Silk and Alex Doolan dismissed inside the opening two overs without adding to their overnight scores of 20.

Warriors quick Joel Paris finished with 3-64, while skipper Mitch Marsh picked up 3-76, backing up his 3-21 from the first innings.

"It was a hell of a win. Really proud of the way we were able to play for all four days, and we picked up the rewards late," Marsh said.

Marsh claimed the winning wicket of Test skipper Tim Paine (47) who guided his shot straight to D'Arcy Short at extra cover.

WA opener Sam Whiteman was named man of the match for his efforts with the bat, scoring 55 and 93.

The Warriors host the Bulls at the WACA Ground in their RD 10 clash starting on Wednesday.