Australia's Elliot Batiste, Jayden Panela, Matthew Clague and Blayne Fletcher got off the block with a sizzling 924 to lead Korea's Han Jae Hyeon, Park Geon Ha, Lim Seong Lyul and Lee Ju Hyung by 14 pins with Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong closely bunched up.
The Aussie quartet's lead did not last long after managing only 758. Korea added another strong 924 to take over the running, 130 pins ahead of Indonesia in a distant second and Australia slipping down to third.
The Koreans eased off with 833 to end the first block in the lead with 2580. Indonesia downed 909 and 876 in their second and third game to claim second spot with 2558. Singles bronze medallist, Ahmed Al Awadhi, Ali Abdulla, Osmama Hasan and Omar Al Mudhahki finished strongest with 911 to clinch third spot with 2558.
Saudi Arabia also ended well to take up fourth position with 2470 while Hong Kong rounded out the top five with 2437. Singapore and early leader, Australia finished sixth and seventh positions respectively.
Meanwhile, Malaysia's Nur Ameerahusnia, Faten Najihah, Nora Lyana Natasia and Singles silver medallist, Nur Amirah Auni topped the girl's division with 2505. Singapore took second spot with 2469 and the fancied Korea third with 2390.