Following Saturday's final round-robin games, the semi-final line up for the O'Byrne Cup will see Offaly take on Westmeath and Longford face Dessie Farrell's Dublin.
At Faithful Fields, John Maughan's Offaly were too strong for Wexford where goals just before the break from Cian Johnson and Conor McNamee set up a 2-12 to 1-07 victory. Mick Molloy raised a green flag for Paul Galvin's outfit.
In Drogheda, Westmeath ran out 1-3 to 0-11 winners against Louth. The home side started brightly but a Ronan Wallace goal on the half-hour mark gave the Lake County a four-point advantage at the break.
John Heslin, Kieran Martin and Callum McCormack kicked over vital points to seal the victory.
Jack O'Connor and Kildare warmed up for the upcoming league with a dramatic win over Carlow at IT Carlow.
Chris Byrne netted at the death to give the Lilywhites a 1-10 to 0-10 success.
Meath were too good for Laois at Páirc Tailteann, as they ran out ran out ten-point victors - 4-16 to 1-15.
Shane Walsh, Sean Tobin, Jack O'Connor and Ronan Ryan all found the net for the Royals. Evan O’Carroll scored Laois’ only goal
Wicklow left it late to see off Longford in Aughrim on a 2-09 to 0-14 scoreline.
A Rory Finn goal from the penalty spot had the Garden County ahead by the bare minimum at the break. The second half was nip and tuck until Chris O’Brien goaled from the rebound with just seconds left after shot from Dan Keane dropped short.