Ten points in an impressive second half eventually eased Dromcollogher-Broadford past relegation threatened St Senans, 0-15 to 1-5.
St Senans, who now face St Patricks in the relegation play-off, actually led 1-5 to 0-5 at half time thanks to a 19th minute goal from Mike Behan.
But St Senans were overly reliant on frees from Paul and Ian Ryan.
At the other end Drom-Broadford had Ray Lynch, Jason Stokes and Derry McCarthy all chipping in with two points each from play.
They also had reliable free-takers in Pat Donnelly and Micheal Reidy.
SCORERS - Patrick Donnelly 0-5 (4frees), Micheal Reidy 0-3 (1free), Ray Lynch, Jason Stokes, Derry McCarthy 0-2 each, Garrett Noonan 0-1. St Senans: Paul Ryan 0-4 (3frees), Ian Ryan 0-3 (3frees), Mike Behan 1-0, Conor Mullane 0-1.
DROMCOLLOGHER-BROADFORD - Keith Noonan; Dee O’Leary, Tom McLoughlin, Cillian Fahy; Garrett Noonan, Eoni Barry, Brian Noonan; Michael O’Sullivan, Jason Stokes; Micheal Brosnan, Patrick Donnelly, Derry McCarthy; Ray Lynch, Gary Egan, Micheal Reidy. Subs: Mike Boyce for O’Leary (56mins), Kevin Noonan for Brosnan (57mins), Timmy Stokes for O’Sullivan (58mins).
ST SENANS - Darren Kavanagh; Niall Guiney, Eoni SHeehy, David Finnerty; Ray O’Flaherty, Andy Lane, Gerard Hanlon; Maurice Fitzgerald, Francis O’Riordan; Anthony Mulvihill, Conor Mullane, James Naughton; Paul Ryan, Mike Behan, Ian Ryan. Subs: Mike Sillery for Mulvihill (45mins), John Hanlon for Mullane (54mins), Damien Fitzgibbon for O’Flaherty (57mins), Jonathan Hayes for Naughton (58mins).
REFEREE - Joe Kearney (Mungret)
See the weekend print edition of the Limerick Leader for a full match report.