Michael Metzger scored eight points as Magheracloone powered their way to the Ulster Intermediate final with a 13 points to seven win over Glenn.
Metzger found five first half points, Magheracloone having led eight points to three at the break and in fact had gone six points to nil infront.
The Glenn taking 21 minutes to register their first score. Points from play from Killian Rudden, Alan McCahey, Alan Kieran and the five Metzger points saw Magheracloone lead 0-8 to 0-3 at the break.
Two Tommy Freeman points including a free moved Magheracloone further ahead after the break with a Ryan Farrelly point and two from Metzger sealing the 13 points to seven win.
The Monaghan men will now face Galbally Pearses in the Ulster final after their 1-22 to 11 point win over St. Nathys.