Glen Rovers are the Cork SHC champions after a 2-17 to 1-13 win over Sarsfields at Páirc Uí Rinn.
The sides were level six times in the first half with Rovers going in two clear at the break, 0-10 to 0-08.
A David Cunningham goal put them seven points up in the 49th minute and David Dooling raised another green flag before Cian McCarthy scored a consolation for Sars.
Na Piarsaigh edged out Patrickswell at the Gaelic Grounds to claim the Limerick SHC title.
Kevin Downes was the man of the match as the Limerick City side won by 1-22 to 4-12.
They led by two at the break but crucially hit eight of the last 10 scores to grab the glory.
St Fechins won their first Louth county senior hurling title, accounting for Pearse Óg by 2-20 to 3-11 in Dunleer.
Seaghan Connelly scored the first goal for the new champions as they condemned Pearse Óg to their second consecutive final defeat.
Both teams line up in pre match parade ahead of their clash in the 2015 Carrickdale Hotel SHC Final pic.twitter.com/gaipgFvJXI— Louth GAA (@louthgaa) October 11, 2015
In Meath, Kiltale saw off the challenge of Kildalkey by 2-15 to 0-12.
Kiltale led by five at the break and Peter Durnin scored the clinching goal with seven minutes left of the clock at Páirc Tailteann.
Great scenes Kiltale Hurling Champions 2015 pic.twitter.com/3tGWV7xYJc— Meath GAA (@MeathGAA) October 11, 2015
Thirty-nine-year-old Niall Gilligan scored 13 points as Sixmilebridge beat Clonlara in the Clare SHC decider, 1-21 to 0-15.
Ballyhaunis beat near neighbours Tooreen to claim the Mayo SHC title, winning on a 0-20 to 1-14 scoreline.
Four Roads and Padraig Pearses must replay in Roscommon after the sides played out a 0-16 to 1-13 draw.