Roscommon are out of the All Ireland SFC following defeat to Cork.
Davy Burke's side took the lead early on, but late first half scores from the Rebels brought the lead back to a single point at half time.
With no Brian Hurley, Cork looked to last week's hero Steven Sherlock who produced big scores to keep the game tight.
Diarmuid and Ciarain Murtagh scored well throughout for Roscommon, who were denied by Cork keeper Micheal Martin on a number of occasions from point blank range.
Conor Corbett goaled ten minutes after his introduction from the bench to put Cork four up.
Roscommon scored five points on the bounce in the last few minutes to bring the game back level before losing the ball deep into added time.
Kevin O'Donovan fisted over in the 74th minute to give Cork a one point advantage and seal a place in the last eight of the All Ireland series.
Mattie Taylor was tremendous throughout for Cork and won the Man of the Match award.
Sherlock hit 0-5, with 0-2 from Chris Og Jones and Rory Maguire for Cork.
Roscommon's scorers included Diarmuid Murtagh with 0-6, 0-5 for his brother Ciarain, and 0-2 each for Enda Smith and Daire Cregg.
Full time score from Páirc Uí Chaoimh:
Cork 1-14 Roscommon 0-16