The All-Ireland Camogie Champions Galway are one game away from defending their crown after victory over Tipperary
A tense opening 10 minutes saw the teams trade scores through Risn Howard and Niamh Hanniffy.
The Premier county were wasteful early on but Cit Devine gave them the lead.
But they were dealt a blow before the water break as Carrie Dolan was on the end of a great team goal.
Carrie Dolan nets a good team goal for Galway. They lead in a game that is slow to come to life in Cork.
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Howard and Ailish O'Reilly both had goal chances after the latter had fired over a point in response to a Devine effort.
Points from Niamh Kilkenny, Rebecca Hennelly and a monster from Dolan gave the Tribeswomen a four-point lead.
There was controversy before the break though as Tipp looked to have had a penalty.
However, ref Owen Elliott adjudged the foul to have taken place outside the area.
Devine knocked over the free to stop the rot.
If it's a foul, it's a penalty!
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Galway led by four at half time.
They extended that to six before another controversial moment.
Devine looked to have narrowed that gap down to five, only for her point to be disallowed.
Up the other end, Galway were awarded a penalty but Tipp stopper Aine Slattery saved from her opposite number Sarah Healy.
Slattery was called into action again to brilliantly deny a Siobhan McGrath rasper to keep Tipp in the game.
Orlaith McGrath was on her way to sealing the win when bursting through on goal only for Tipp defender Julioe Anne Burke to clean her out.
It was another penalty but McGrath opted to point instead, giving them a 1-11 to 0-07 lead.
Tipp would fire one more point in response, but they couldn't get any closer.
It means we have a repeat of last year's clash between Galway and Kilkenny in the decider.