Donegal reached their first Ulster SFC final since 2006 with a three-point win over defending champions Tyrone at Clones on Sunday.
Second-half goals from Colm McFadden and Dermot Molloy ended Tyrone's bid to win a third successive Ulster title.
The home side held a 0-6 to 0-1 lead at one stage, but were squeezed out of the game by a determined Donegal.
The win sets up a meeting with Derry in the decider.
In front of a crowd of 18,5oo, Tyrone finished with 13 men after Kevin Hughes picked up a second booking 10 minutes from the end, and 'Brick' Molloy came off the bench to hit the decisive goal.
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