KILTEGAN and Barndarrig will contest the Junior A hurling final following their victories at Arklow on Monday.
Many hurling fans might have expected Glenealy and Carnew to progress to the decider but Kiltegan and Barndarrig killed them off with their goals rush.
Three goal strikes, one in the opening half, underpinned Kiltegan's five points win over Glenealy in their semi-final match.
This defeat put an end to Glenealy's hopes of brining off a treble in adult championships, but their Intermediates can still join their Senior hurlers on the winners' podium this year.
Glenealy got off to a promising enough start as full-forward and top scorer Vinny Flaherty, Shane Keogh, Sean Lawlor and Jamie Byrne pointed them into a 0-4 lead in the first quarter.
The reds were playing some sweet hurling at the beginning but like most teams they quickly found out that Kiltegan are hard to beat once they get the bit between the teeth.
Sharpshooter Kevin Byrne at wing-forward opened Kiltegan's account with a point from a free in the 14th minute and they went on to lead by 1-4 to 0-4 at the break, thanks to an injury time goal by full-forward Darren Hobson, who fired to the net from close range following a free into the goalmouth by Kevin Byrne.
Kevin Byrne extended that lead after the restart but Glenealy kept battling away and were denied goals of their own by the Kiltegan keeper Keith Furlong who brought off a number of terrific saves.
Dan Kearney anchored the Kiltegan defence throughout and what can one say about evergreen Christy O'Toole.
At centre-forward he turned in a performance full of grit and determination, scored a goal and two points and had a hand in a number of other scoring moves.
Vinny Flaherty was keeping Glenealy in touch with his points in the third quarter, but the bold Christy dashed their hopes with a super goal, flicking the sliothar to the net from Kevin Byrne's 65.
Kiltegan were five points ahead 2-6 to 0-7. Declan Doyle pulled a point back for Glenealy with a mighty free from behind his own 65 metre line, but on 54 minutes they were hit by the third sucker punch as Kevin Byrne rattled their net from a cross by Hobson from the right.
Vinny Flaherty had two late points for Glenealy, one a fine effort from the touch line, but Kiltegan had their final spot well booked at that stage.
Scorers for Kiltegan: Kevin Byrne (1-4, three frees and one 65), Christy O'Toole (1-2), Darren Hobson (1-0), Damien Byrne (0-1).
Glenealy: Vinny Flaherty (0-5, one free), Jamie Byrne (0-3), Shane Keogh (0-1), Sean Lawlor (01), Declan Doyle (0-1 free).