It was also a good day for Slaughtneil and Oulart-the-Ballagh.
Ballyhale's TJ Reid and Cuala's David Treacy both face county semi-final ties.
REIGNING ALL-IRELAND club champions Cuala will take on St Vincentâ€™s at the semi-final stage of the Dublin senior hurling championship after this eveningâ€™s draw.
The other last four clash will see 2014 kingpins Kilmacud Crokes meet Lucan Sarsfields after the completion of the quarter-final action today.
Cuala booked their spot in the last four at Oâ€™Toole Park with a 3-14 to 2-15 success over St Brigidâ€™s. Con Oâ€™Callaghan fired home two first-half goals for Cuala, who lead 2-6 to 1-8 at the interval with Cian Oâ€™Sullivan netting for St Brigidâ€™s.
The action ebbed and flowed in the second half with David Treacy seeing his penalty for Cuala saved by Alan Nolan before his younger brother Sean did grab Cualaâ€™s third goal.Â A late consolation goal for St Brigidâ€™s couldnâ€™t prevent Cuala advancing.
The curtain-raiser at that venue saw Lucan Sarsfields knock out Ballyboden St-Endaâ€™s with a 2-12 to 0-16 victory, as Matt McCaffrey and CJ Smith raised green flags for the winners.
In Parnell Park, Kilmacud Crokes finished strongly to grind out a 0-17 to 0-15 victory against Na Fianna as substitutes Alex Considine and Ronan Hayes struck the last two points of the game.
St Vincentâ€™s had seven points to spare in their 2-14 to 1-10 success over Craobh ChiarÃ¡in. Conor Burke and Cian McBride scored the goals for the winners while Dublin senior football star Diarmuid Connolly bagged 0-4.
In Kilkenny, the senior hurling semi-final pairings are now known after yesterdayâ€™s quarter-final replay victories for Ballyhale Shamrocks, Dicksboro and James Stephens.
Kilkennnyâ€™s three city hurling clubs along with Ballyhale Shamrocks are now in the running for the 2017 crown. Defending champions Oâ€™Loughlin Gaels will meet Dicksboro in a local derby and itâ€™s a repeat of the 2011 final as Ballyhale Shamrocks take on James Stephens.
In Wexford, Oulart-the-Ballagh remain on course for three-in-a-row after their 2-18 to 0-18 semi-final success over Rapparees. The decider will be a repeat of 2015 after St Martinâ€™s won the other semi-final today by 2-18 to 1-14 against Naomh Eanna.
Finally today in Ulster, the senior club hurling decider will see Derryâ€™s Slaughtneil take on Downâ€™s Ballygalget. Reigning champions Slaughtneil have kept their provincial double dream alive for another season after their 1-18 to 2-8 semi-final success against Antrimâ€™s Dunloy.
Ballygalget trounced Fermanaghâ€™s Lisbellaw by 24 points in the other semi-final tie in Ulster.