Yes I am aware of how to do it in LR. I was trying to confirm my understanding that if Bridge/CS3 was used, one could capture sharpen either at conversion or in CS3 with PKSharpener but, if using LR, the capture sharpening can only be done inside LR.
I think most of us who use LR have mixed feelings about the program. I really like using it up to the point I have to go to PS and come back. The disappointments come from what is missing ie good output sharpening, soft proofing, having to remember two sets of complex key combinations, and other small nitpiks
My personal solution is I use LR for everything (including capture sharpening) up to output then I export to PS. I do not bring the output files back to LR but save them using Bridge according to use.
I guess the answer to your question is output sharpening occurs after Noise reduction/removal and you can do that sequence in either or any combination of both programs.
PS It is very easy to forget but LR does not change the image pixals. It stores the changes as commands in a database that can be applied or reapplied as needed. Think of it as Adobe Camera Raw using a database. If you load a raw file into PS the first thing you get is ACR where you can do the same thing as Lightroom's develop module or not depending on your intent.