Titans trio Mitch Rein (dangerous contact), Jarrod Wallace (contrary conduct) and Jamal Fogarty (dangerous throw) have avoided suspensions leading into Saturday's final with the Roosters and can all accept fines after each receiving Grade 1 charges.
After an emotional game on the Gold Coast, the Titans can now focus on week one of the finals with all three available for selection.
For the Titans opponents on the weekend, the Warriors prop Kane Evans is facing a combined seven matches on the sidelines after being charged with two offences in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Evans was handed a grade-one dangerous contact head/neck charge for an incident in the 53rd minute on Beau Fermor as well as a grade-two contrary conduct offence for his part in the melee which broke out in the 65th minute.
Due to his poor judiciary record of four offences in the past two years, he is facing 2-3 matches for the first charge and 3-4 games for his part in the fight.
Even if he submits early guilty pleas, carryover points mean he will still accrue a six-game ban.
Rookie fullback Reece Walsh was charged with contrary conduct and could also be missing the Warriors' next game in 2022 while lock Jazz Tevaga can accept a fine of $1900-$2250 for the same offence.
Warriors teammate Matthew Lodge was also charged with dangerous contact for the incident which sparked the melee and if facing a one-match ban irrespective of whether he submits an early guilty plea, evading a two-game suspension by three demerit points.