Italy made it two Archery gold medals out of two at the Baku 2015 European Games, beating Belarus 5-3 in the women's team event at Tofiq Bahramov Stadium on Thursday.
Natalia Valeeva added the team gold medal to the one she earned with Mauro Nespoli in the mixed event on Wednesday, as Italy stamped their dominance on early proceedings.
Italy's Guendalina Sartori opened the final with a 10, but the early exchanges saw some low-scoring arrows, including Belarusian Ekaterina Timofeyeva's score of one with the final arrow of the first set. The poor start handed Italy a 2-0 lead.
Belarus won the second set to level the gold-medal match at 2-2, and after each team took a point from the third set, the gold medal was up for grabs in the fourth.
Italy's women held their nerve to shoot 53, while Hanna Marusava, Alena Tolkach and Timofeyeva scored 50 for Belarus, leading to Italy winning the match 5-3.
Tonetta was third in Italy's order of shooters and said it was a special moment to claim the gold medal.
"When I shot the last arrow, I burst into tears. The emotion that was inside me for a long time just burst out," Tonetta said.
"I haven't won an important medal for a very long time. I haven't been on the top step of the podium for ages."
Ukraine beat Russia 5-4 to win the bronze medal following a high-quality shoot off.