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This is a common construction, favourite of sports commentators and film reviewers alike. However, the preposition with 'end' that is appropriate for the meaning here is 'in'. Often an adverb is included after the second infinitive, as in:
Expect Edwards to survive the rough spots to emerge triumphant in the end.