Mountbellew-Moylough ended Corofin's seven-year dominance of Galway football with a stunning win in Salthill.
The three-in-a-row All-Ireland club champions, who were chasing an eighth successive Galway SFC title, were blown away in the final quarter of their championship semi-final.
Level at 1-08 to 0-11 midway through the second half, Mountbellew-Moylough produced a stunning finish, scoring 1-05 to Corofin’s solitary point to book a final date with Moycullen, who beat Tuam Stars by eight points earlier on Sunday afternoon.
Corofin had led by one point at the interval but fell behind when Patrick Kelly netted four minutes into the second half.
The defending champions restored parity but the concession of a second goal, scored by Paul Donnellan, put Mountbellew-Moylough on course for a fourth county final appearance in six years.
Thanks you to our players who have represented the Club so well over the last 7 years and more.— Corofin.GAA (@CorofinGAA) September 27, 2020
They are the finest bunch of players to represent any Club anywhere. Their achievements will hardly ever be matched.
Congrats to Mountbellew-Moylough on their well deserved win. pic.twitter.com/PSjHOTWOgi