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In theory, a visa from any of the Schengen states allows you to enter at any border, and since a residence permit is "more" than a visa, this should be possible. In practice you're from a country that hasn't had the best of relations to the EU in the past, even if they're improving you're dealing with border guards who haven't ever been known for lax ...
Legally you can, although you will have to convince the officer at the border control that you have clear intentions of leaving to Finland very soon and your visit to Germany is definitely temporary. Your residence permit in Finland allows staying in other Schengen countries up to 90 days of any 180-day period.
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