St Mary's Cahirciveen and Templenoe claimed the AIB All-Ireland Intermediate and Junior football titles respectively.
In the Intermediate decider, the Maurice Fitzgerald-managed St Mary's, Cahirciveen claimed a 2-10 to 0-10 win over Hollymount-Carramore from Mayo.
A brace of second-half goals from Daniel Daly and Anthony Cournane helped Mary’s to victory, and ensure the All-Ireland Intermediate club football title rests in Kerry for the fifth time in nine years.
Little separated the sides in the opening half, with the teams tied on three occasions, including at 0-06 apiece at the interval.
Hollymount had led by two points approaching the break, but late scores from Daly and Kerry senior Bryan Sheehan ensured parity at the break.
Wind assisted, St Mary’s were wasteful early on the restart, but a 32nd-minute goal from Daly, after a great team move, helped them get on top.
Daly’s goal put St Mary’s into a lead they wouldn’t relinquish and following their second goal from Cournane in the 44th minute, St Mary's took a 2-08 to 0-06 lead.
Hollymount outscored their opponents by 0-04 to 0-02 in the final quarter, but Mary’s had done enough to ensure their captain Sean Cournane lifted the cup.
Man of the match Stephen O’Sullivan bagged a hat-trick for Templenoe as they claimed a 4-13 to 1-10 win over Ardnaree Sarsfields from Mayo in the Junior final. O’Sullivan scored 3-01 in a game the South Kerry side never trailed in.
Templenoe started brightly and powered to a to 0-08 to 0-04 lead after 17 minutes, with the Spillane brothers, Killian and Adrian, nephews of Sunday Game analyst Pat, in fine scoring form.
Pat’s son Pat Jnr came on in the second half, scoring a point for the eventual winners.
The Munster and Kerry champions extended their lead to seven points, as O’Sullivan netted his side's opening goal.
Ardnaree battled back with a 21st-minute goal from substitute Ronan O’Malley, seconds after his introduction.
Captain Eoin McCormack also kept the Mayo outfit in touch, but Brian Crowley [1-03] bagged Templenoe’s second goal to help them to a 2-10 to 1-07 interval lead.
Sarsfields were held to just three points on the restart, as O’Sullivan added further goals in the 32nd and 50th minutes on the way to a 12-point victory.
After the game GAA President Aogan Ó Fearghail presented the cup to Templenoe captain Tadhg Morley.