Non-league side Crumlin United will take on Bohemians for a place in the semi-finals of this year's FAI Cup.
The Dublin outfit will have home advantage against the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division side, after getting past fellow non-leaguers Lucan United on Sunday.
Bohemians made it through to the quarter-finals on Friday night, beating Longford Town on penalties at Dalymount Park.
Reigning champions Dundalk will travel to Waterford for their quarter-final clash, while Shamrock Rovers must win away at Galway United if they are to secure a place in the final four of this year's competition.
Sligo Rovers have been handed a home tie against UCD after both sides got through at the weekend, beating Limerick and St Patrick's Athletic respectively.
The four quarter-final ties are scheduled to be played on the weekend of 6-8 September, however, both Bohemians and Waterford are already rostered to play in the Scotland-based Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Cup third round on the same weekend as the Gypsies face Airdrie, while Waterford take on Hearts Colts.
The Republic of Ireland Under-21s are also due to play that weekend so more ties could be affected.
FAI Cup quarter-final draw:
Galway United v Shamrock Rovers
Sligo Rovers v UCD
Waterford v Dundalk
Crumlin United v Bohemians