Holders St Vincent’s set up a Dublin SFC second round head-to-head against Ballymun Kickhams with their 2-14 to 0-6 victory over Nh Olaf at Chanel on Saturday evening.
The opening half was evenly balanced on the scoreboard before Ruairí Trainor’s injury-time goal gave the Marino men a five point interval lead.
Their second goal arrived ten minutes from time when Tomás Quinn converted from the penalty spot after Shane Carthy had been fouled.
Only minutes earlier David Byrne when close to goaling for Olaf but was denied by a fine Michael Savage save.
But Vincent’s ran out comfortable winners with Trainor top-scoring with 1-3 from play and Gavin Burke contributing four points.
St Anne’s are through to the last-eight after finishing on top to see off Ballinteer St John’s 1-9 to 0-11 in O’Toole Park.
Conor Leigh’s 58th minute point was the crucial score for the Bohernabreena outfit.
Former Dublin minor Scott Fulham scored Anne’s first half goal as they led 1-5 to 0-6 at the break before points from Luke Naughton and Glenn Whelan saw St John’s edge in front.
However, Anne’s finished the stronger with points from Fulham, Daniel Watson and Leigh saw them claim victory.