Limerick club St Kieranâ€™s booked their place in the Munster junior club hurling final thanks to a 1-11 to 1-7 win over Kenmare Shamrocks.
Played in Fitzgerald Stadium on Saturday, St Kieranâ€™s led 1-5 to 1-4 at the break, their goal coming from Ian Mackessy four minutes before half-time.
St Kieranâ€™s pulled clear in the second half with Donie Nolan posting seven points in total.
St Kieranâ€™s now play Cork champions Kildorrey in the final on Sunday, December 9.
SCORERS - St Kieranâ€™s: D Nolan 0-7 (six frees), Ian MacKessy 1-0, Anthony Molyneaux 0-2, Johnny McCarthy and R Cahill 0-1 each; Kenmare Shamrocks: Sean Oâ€™Regan 1-5 (0-5 frees), S Oâ€™Sullivan and S Oâ€™Shea 0-1 each
ST KIERANâ€™S - J Greaney; M Windle, P McCarthy, B McCarthy; M Flynn, P Windle, S Windle; A Moylneaux, JB Hartnett; C Madigan, J McCarthy, R Cahill; D Collum, D Nolan, I Mackessey. Subs: D Treacy for Mackessey (40 mins), J Mullins for Collum (59 mins)
KENMARE SHAMROCKS - S Mac Gearailt; M Fitzgerald, DJ Brennan, J Healy; T Oâ€™Sullivan, D Oâ€™Sullivan, E Oâ€™Sullivan; K Oâ€™Sullivan, A Crowley, S Duncan, J Wharton, L Oâ€™Shea; A Oâ€™Leary, S Oâ€™Regan, J Duncan. Subs: S Ryan for E Oâ€™Sullivan (25 mins), K Fitzgibbon for J Duncan (45 mins)