Tyrone produced an impressive finish to see off Armagh0-19 to 1-13 at the Athletic Grounds following a high quality Ulster quarter-final on Sunday.
Mickey Harte's men led by three points after an excellent first half full of classy scoring, and when Kevin Dyas was sent off for Armagh midway through the second half, it looked like Tyrone would comfortably see out the game.
Armagh kept battling though, and somehow managed to get back level despite the numerical disadvantage, but Tyrone showed all their experience in the final few minutes to hit points when it mattered, and move into the semi-finals.
Martin Penrose was top scorer for Tyrone hitting 0-8.
Tyrone Manager was delighted with his side’s performance and said the Ulster Championship is very much alive.