1. Martyn Thomas (c)
2. Koree Britton
3. Reece Boughton
4. Akapusi Qera
5. Tom Ailes
6. Matt Cox
7. Lewis Ludlow
8. Gareth Evans
9. Rhodri McAtee
10. Billy Burns
11. Steph Reynolds
12. Drew Cheshire
However they recovered in the all-important final Pool A clash, with coach Rob Thirlby's side powering to a 28-19 victory over Exeter Chiefs, to finish second in the Pool
Gloucester now progress to next Friday's finals night at Bath's Recreation Ground.
MATCH ONE: Gloucester Rugby 29 - Bath Rugby 19
Academy wing Steph Reynolds' two tries helped Gloucester home against old rivals Bath in a tense and thrilling opening encounter.
Gareth Evans and Reynolds claimed first-half tries, only for Gloucester to trail 12-10 at the break.
Chris Cook and Anthony Watson raced in for Bath, with Ollie Devoto landing the conversion that kept the Blue, Black and Whites ahead.
Rhodri McAtee cut through the line for Gloucester's third try after the restart, before Billy Burns intercepted for number four.
Army man Tuvita Tamatawale crossed to take Bath within three points at 22-19.
But Reynolds secured victory for the hosts with a length of the field finish.
MATCH TWO: Gloucester Rugby 19 - Worcester Warriors 31
Three unanswered Worcester tries before half-time ultimately undid the Cherry and Whites in their second match of the Pool
James Stephenson claimed a brace, with Max Stelling scoring a try too, to flatten coach Rob Thirlby's men.
Stelling claimed his second score straight after half-time to exacerbate the situation.
But Gloucester rallied admirably, with Billy Burns and Martyn Thomas securing quick scores.
Tom Chapman hit back for Worcester though, to condemn Gloucester to defeat.
Prolific Luctonians wing Drew Cheshire had the last word though - crossing for a Gloucester try he then converted from the touchline.
MATCH THREE: Gloucester Rugby 28 - Exeter Chiefs 19
Two tries apiece for Steph Reynolds and Gareth Evans were enough to carry Gloucester through into the JP Morgan Premiership 7s finals night at The Recreation Ground on Friday 9 August.
The Cherry and Whites held off the Chiefs, who claimed scores through Sam Blanchet, Stuart Townsend and Ben Vellacott, to join Worcester Warriors in next weekend's finals at The Recreation Ground.
Gloucester raced into a 21-0 lead, only to allow Exeter three quick tries to fray the nerves inside a raucous and busy Kingsholm.
But then flanker Evans plucked a restart from the skies and raced the length to rubber-stamp Gloucester's place in the final.