The Fury were sent into bat first at Casey Fields in Victoria, and the Fire took full advantage with the new ball.
WA were in trouble early at 3-12 after five overs, until opener Bhavi Devchand (33) provided some resistance, she combined with Amy Edgar (15) for a 50 run partnership before being bowled in the 15th over.
The wickets then fell thick and fast as Queensland restricted WA to 100 runs.
England international Kate Cross got the Fury's defence off to a great start, bowling Fire opener Kirby Short (10) in the third over.
50 gamer Emma King then collected the wicket of Tess Cooper (15) to give WA a chance at an unlikely win.
The resistance didn't last, as Queensland chased down the total with 34 overs to spare.