Hawk-Eye will be in use for the All-Ireland senior hurling final between Limerick and Kilkenny, the GAA have confirmed.
The system will also be in use for Saturday's LGFA semi-finals at Croke Park and the Camogie Association's quarter-finals in Thurles.
This follows comprehensive testing and a full review of the score detection technology in recent days.
Hawk-Eye was stood down for last Sunday's All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Kerry following controversy the previous day in the game between Galway and Derry.
The score detection technology incorrectly ruled out a Shane Walsh '45' for Galway wide late in the first half.
Hawk-Eye's graphic showed the ball missing wide right, despite replays clearly showing it went comfortably between the posts.
Before the ball was thrown in for the second half, the point was awarded to Galway after further consultation between referee Brendan Cawley and his match officials.
Hawk-Eye was not used for the remainder of the game.