If you were using Test::More, this would be easy and documented. The output handle is set by the internal Test::Builder object which itself has the methods ->output( $fh ), ->failure_output( $fh ), and ->todo_output( $fh ) to set the various filehandles.
Here is an example from one of my scripts which shows test output being captured.
use vars qw( $TEST_OUTPUT );
main( @ARGV );
intialize( @_ );
ok( ... );
$| = 1;
open my $fh, ">", \ $TEST_OUTPUT or die;
my $b = Test::More->builder;
$b->output( $fh );
$b->failure_output( $fh );
$b->todo_output( $fh );
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