But after squandering a seven-run lead and being extended to a decisive Game 5, Myers helped make sure lightning didn't strike twice.
MLB.com's No. 4 prospect went 3-for-5 with a homer and three RBIs on Sunday as the Storm Chasers pounded the Albuquerque Isotopes, 16-7.
Omaha will face the Reno Aces in the best-of-5 Finals with a chance to become the PCL's first repeat champion since Sacramento in 2007-08.
"We lost a tough one yesterday and that hurt pretty badly," Myers said. "That was in the back of our minds with the nine-run inning, but we threw well and the defense made the plays. When we got three runs in the first inning, we knew it wasn't going to be enough, so we had to keep playing."
The Storm Chasers took a 10-3 lead into the bottom of the seventh on Saturday, but the Isotopes scored nine runs en route to a 12-10 win. That forced Sunday's win-or-go-home showdown.
The Royals' top prospect ensured there would be no comeback this time, setting the tone with a two-out two-run homer in the second that extended the lead to 6-0.
"It was a first-pitch fastball up and in," Myers said of his second postseason homer. "I got enough of it on the barrel and I knew it had a chance. At first, I thought it was going foul."
The Storm Chasers made it 10-0 after four innings and never looked back, even after Albuquerque scored four times in the fifth to get within 11-5.
Mitch Maier went 5-for-5 with a homer and four RBIs to raise his postseason average to .429, while leadoff man Irving Falu reached base five times and scored three runs. Omaha also got two triples and three runs scored from No. 9 hitter Jason Bourgeois.
"It was huge," Myers said of Maier's fourth-inning homer. "It was really big because we hadn't scored in that inning yet. He had been struggling, but he said there would be a point where he would turn it around. He had two RBIs [Saturday] and he was 5-for-5 today."
Reliever Donnie Joseph (1-0) struck out seven over 2 2/3 innings of one-hit relief to get the win.
"[Joseph] looked good. He kept the hitters off-balance and got some big strikeouts for us," Myers said. "Everything comes down to pitching."
Selected in the third round of the 2009 Draft out of Wesleyan Christian Academy in High Point, N.C., Myers was PCL mid- and postseason All-Star. He also played in the All-Star Futures Game in Kansas City.
The 21-year-old outfielder started the year at Double-A Northwest Arkansas and hit .314 with 37 homers and 109 RBIs across two levels. The 37 longballs ranked second in the Minors behind Darin Ruf of Double-A Reading, while the RBI total was fourth.
Now Myers has a chance to add a PCL championship -- the second in Omaha history -- to his impressive resume.
"We have a great team here with good hitters and good pitchers," he said. "I've never been on a team as good as this one. It's a great group of guys and I want to win with them. It would be great to repeat."
Josh Fields homered and drove in three runs for Albuquerque, while Jerry Sands and Josh Bard each collected two hits and an RBI.
In other Pacific Coast League action:
Reno 7, Sacramento 4
Taylor Harbin was 3-for-4 with a solo home and Mike Jacobs slugged a three-run blast as the Aces joined Omaha in the Championship Series.
Josh Bell reached base three times, recorded an RBI and scored once for Reno, which got 2 1/3 scoreless innings from reliever Zach Kroenke.
Kila Ka'aihue doubled twice and drove in two runs, while A's No. 5 prospect Grant Green contributed two hits, including an RBI triple, for Sacramento.
The win was sweet revenge for the Aces, who lost three straight playoff games to the River Cats in last year's semifinals. Gameday box score