They will face South Africa for the title today at Penylan Club.
The Vale Rec duo started the knockout stage at Dinas Powys with a win over Gemma McClean and Sarah-Jane Curran from Ireland.
The Sarnians had the early lead and by the eighth end led the match 11-2.
On the 12th end the Guernsey pair produced an outstanding end, drawing six bowls into the head, collecting a full house of six for a dominating lead, which Ireland just could not catch.
Guernsey collected a count of five on the 17th end to win the match 26-9 with one end to spare.
In the semi-final they face Rebecca Wigfield and Natalie Chestney from England, Beere having beaten Chestney in the singles semi-final the previous week.
The Guernsey pair again started well with a count of three on the first end and by the sixth end they led 7-2.
However, a disaster on the ninth end saw the Guernsey pair drop a count of five to trial by one.
They bounced back the next end with a count of three, but the turning point was the 13th end when, two down, Beere moved the jack into the ditch to score a count of four to lead by six shots with five ends to play.
A double on the 16th increased the lead and although England won the last two ends, a single and double was not enough as the Ogier-Beere combination progressed to the gold medal medal match 19-16.