After some further analysis it would seem that I need one additional “end” wall condition, see image below:
In this situation you have multiple walls coming together at a single location. The exterior walls constitute an inside corner however the interior wall is not a normal “tee” intersection. If one uses the “end” condition then the end of the interior wall is wrapped with gypsum as shown and the gypsum on the exterior wall is not removed. It you try to use a “tee” condition the interior wall top plate wants to remove part of the exterior wall’s top plate, so this doesn’t really work either.
I am going to call this wall condition a “terminal” wall condition. Essentially it is identical in behavior to the “end” wall condition however it does not get a gypsum wrap (interior walls), but it will also still remove any gypsum/sheathing/cladding of any wall it terminates against.
See model here: