Munster will have new Senior Football Champions for the first time in eight years this afternoon.
Cork and Tipperary meet in the final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh from half-past-1.
The Rebels last won the title back in 2012 while The Premier have not enjoyed provincial success in 85 years.
Ronan McCarthy's side will be without defender Seán Powter, who was man of the match in their shock semi-final win over Kerry, after he picked up a shoulder injury.
Elsewhere, Donegal will look to win their third successive Ulster Senior Football title when they take on Cavan at the Athletic Grounds.
The game is a repeat of last year's decider which Declan Bonner's side won by five points.
Throw-in is at 4-o'clock.