Unfortunatly the layers where not smart objects when I applied the camera raw filters. I've made them smart objects afterwards.
So think of it as three normal backround layers, which two of them where converted to smart objects after the camera raw filter was applied.
I've sent you an private message, the file is to large to attach here.
Thank you for the effort, but that file would not be very useful anyway.
That you applied the Filter destructively makes it unlikely to be able to reproduce the exact same results and in the future you might want to prioritize working with Smart Filters right away.
When I have to reproduce Filter or Adjustment results that have been merged and I have access to the original image/layer I usually convert a copy of the unedited one to a Smart Object, put in a Group, add a Layer Mask that reveals several relevant sections of the underlying edited layer and apply the Filter/s and add the Adjustment Layer/s.
With the Camera Raw Filter this would not provide a live preview unfortunately but it allows to compare the effects on the whole and individual channels.