Match drilling and enlarging are not the same thing. Match drilling is using the pre-punched hole in one skin/part to make a "matching" hole in another skin/part that you will rivet.
Final drilling is when you have holes in the two skins that already line up - but they are pre-punched a tad small and need to be drilled to the correct size. Final drilling also removes the small burrs made by the punch.
Enlarging is when you have a pre-punched hole that is in the correct place, but is maybe a 3/32" or 1/8" hole and needs to be drilled to 3/16" for a bolt to fit thru. That saves you from having to measure where the hole needs to be - you just have to drill the hole up to size.
Hope that helps... keep working
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