A substitution was in order for the Row after the interval with Lewis Mackie replacing Mark Burbidge.
Paddy Woods found himself through on goal early on in the second half but couldn't squeeze the ball past Jordan Bowskill.
As the Row looked to cement their position, they continued to chop and change. Craig Paterson, who'd had a good game and been unlucky not to find himself with a goal, made way for Lee Cockburn.
Pollok were now finding gaps in the Row's defence and John MacBeth was denied by the right hand post before the ball fell to Andy McLaughlin but the striker dragged his shot wide.
Pollok got themselves well and truly back into the contest soon after.
Anthony McHugh got his head onto the end of a ball into the box and he cushioned the ball down to Darren MacNeil to finish high into the net.
MacNeil was single-handedly trying to get his side back on level terms as he smashed a cracking free kick just wide of the right hand post.
As they attempted to level the tie, Pollok made two subs of their own with Robert Hughes and Martin Owen making way for Thomas Clark and Sean McGhee.
MacNeil was at it again as Pollok won a series of free-kicks in dangerous areas. MacNeil swerved a nice shot over the wall and towards the top left corner, but there just wasn't enough pace on the ball and Jordan Bowskill did well to hold the shot.
Cameron Haddow found himself through on goal again at the other end of the park after some slack passing from Pollok allowed him in. The frontman couldn't find the back of the net though as Lawton did well to tip the ball away with his foot.
And it was to be Haddow who set up the killer third goal for Harmony Row. It was a good run down the right from Haddow before he played a low ball into the box for captain Grant Bolton to curl into the top right corner.
Pollok were clearly left deflated by the Row's third goal but almost nabbed a consolation goal after Sean McGhee played in Andy McLaughlin who trickled a low shot past Bowskill, but the shot just rushed by the bottom left post.
It was to be the last remarkable piece of action though, and with the rain and wind maintaining their relentless onslaught, both teams seemed happy enough just to run down the clock and make their way into the warmth of the changing rooms.