Cork and Kerry have been kept apart in the draw for the Munster Senior Football Championship this summer.
The pair have ended up on opposite sides of the draw, meaning a Munster final in Killarney could be on the cards.
Last year's beaten finalists Cork have been drawn to face the winner of Waterford and Limerick in the Munster semi finals.
Waterford and Limerick were drawn off together for the quarter finals, with dates and times of those games left to be confirmed.
Meanwhile on the opposite side of the draw, Kerry's quest to regain their Munster will begin with a quarter final versus Clare. Peter Keane's side would then have to take on the defending champions Tipperary in the provincial semi final.
Last year the Premier County ended their 85-year wait for the Munster title with a surprise victory against Cork in the decider. The Rebels had been seeking to win their first Munster title since 2012, before falling short against David Power's side.
Munster SFC QF
Clare v Kerry
Waterford v Limerick
Munster SFC SF
Tipperary v Clare or Kerry
Cork v Waterford or Limerick