Kilkenny's Nowlan Park will host the the Allianz hurling league semi-finals on Sunday 24 March, the GAA has confirmed.
The double-header will see Dublin take on Limerick ahead of a clash between Waterford and Galway with places in the Division 1 final up for grabs.
Dublin qualified for the semi-finals after edging out Tipperary by just one point in Semple Stadium on Saturday, and will now face the reigning All-Ireland champions who cruised past Laois earlier this month.
Galway, who captured the league title in 2017, contested the All-Ireland final against Waterford later that year. Micheál Donoghue's overcame Wexford earlier this weekend to progress to the last four of the competition, with Joe Canning posting an impressive 15 points for his side.
The Déise secured their spot in the semi-finals after easily accounting for Clare at Walsh Park in which they rallied from two points down at half-time to outscore Clare 0-20 0-4 in the second half.
Division 1 league semi-finals: 24 March
Dublin v Limerick - 1.30pm
Waterford v Galway - 3.30pm