Game at a glance
Man of the match
Tony Browne (Waterford)
Extraordinary display from the ageless Mount Sion man, capped by that remarkable block of a Cathal Naughton shot (with his head) at the death.
Full-forward Big Dan Shanahan's 83rd-minute Killinan-end goal which just made it past Donal Og Cusask. Until then, you couldn't squeeze a cigarette paper between these two teams, once again.
The impact of the defeat on Cork. They are still, technically, contenders for the Liam McCarthy, but the road ahead is circuitous and heavily mined now.
Brian Gavin made a few eccentric calls but, overall, contributed well.
What they said
Davy Fitzgerald (Waterford manager):
"The character of the players shone out there. The game went against us two or three times, but they kept fighting."
Denis Walsh (Cork manager):
"It was a tactical game. It was so tight, a goal was going to be worth a fortune."
Wides: Waterford (0) 6; Cork (7) 13.
Frees: Waterford (4) 14; Cork (6) 20.
Yellow cards: Waterford 3 (E Kelly 80, T Browne 85, E McGrath 90); Cork 2 (P O'Sullivan 50, B Murphy 70).
Red cards: Waterford 0; Cork 0.
Waterford progress to the All-Ireland semi-finals. Cork have a quarter-final against Antrim next weekend.