Kerry will aim to win a record 38th All-Ireland Senior Football Championship title when they take on Galway in the decider on Sunday week.
The Kingdom ended their six-game Championship winless streak against Dublin yesterday, coming out on top in a dramatic semi-final by 1-14 to 1-13.
Kerry captain Seanie O'Shea sent a free from 50-metres between the posts in the last minute of injury-time at Croke Park.
While Galway are preparing for their first All-Ireland final since 2001, Damien Comer hit the net twice as they beat Derry by 2-8 to 1-6 on Saturday evening.
Kerry are likely to be strong favourites ahead of the decider, but former Mayo star Colm Boyle thinks that will suit the Tribesmen...