Dublin will meet Mayo on September 17th in what's a repeat of last years All Ireland Football Final.
The boys in blue progressed to the decider by limiting Tyrone to their lowest tally of scores across the Ulster and All-Ireland Championships with 11 points.
On Dublin's attacking front, they notched up 2-17, with goals coming from Con O'Callaghan and Eoghan O'Gara. Dean Rock also scored 0-5 in the win.
Manager Jim Gavin knows the entire panel played their part, and each will be aiming to prove themselves in training for a place in the All-Ireland match-day squad "There are some players that didn't play that will be disappointed, and some players who didn't even travel on the team bus that will be disappointed. We'll turn up next week and meet again to prepare for another All-Ireland Final. Those players will be very focused collectively to do their best for Dublin."
"We turned up last year at the All Ireland final, didn't perform, but were fortunate to come away with the cup. Now all the work rests with us for the next 3 weeks."
A three-in-a row would be the first in nearly one hundred years for the Dubs, which last happened when the county won titles in 1921, 1922 and 1923.
Philly McMahon was very appreciative of the incredible support on hand at a sold-out Croke Park yesterday "We know what we represent, we represent our communities. We're very grateful for putting on the Dublin jersey. We can hear the fans and how much they got behind us so it means a lot for us especially the work we put in all year. We've got to get the heads down now and look forward to the final."
The scenes at Croker were incredible...